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Grouplove formed out of a friendship among the five members of the band.
The five members of Grouplove (also including Hannah Hooper, Christian Zucconi and the very bearded Sean Gadd) met at an artists' retreat Wessen's brother co-founded in Crete, Greece.
Immediately uniting over their love of creating music, the five separated upon the end of their stay. So, when Hooper, Zucconi and Gadd visited Rabin and Wessen in their native L.
A., the five decided to retreat to Rabin's basement for a bit of what they did best.
Rabin explained, "We decided one day — we were bored, it was raining or something — to make some music." "It was sunny, actually," the soft-spoken Zucconi chimed in.