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Whirr is an American rock band from the San Francisco Bay Area. The group formed in 2010, originally as Whirl, but had to legally change its name after a woman performing acoustic covers of Black Sabbath songs trademarked the name and threatened a lawsuit.<ref name="baybridged"/> Whirr's shoegaze sound is often compared to My Bloody Valentine and Slowdive.<ref name="baybridged"/><ref name="allmusic-bio"/> Founding guitarist Nick Bassett also played in the band Deafheaven surrounding and including the release of their 2011 album, Roads to Judah.<ref name="baybridged"/><ref name="allmusic-bio"/>


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