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Action Figures

by City and the Sea

Loud and melodic rock 'n' roll in the vein of Foo Fighters, Jimmy Eat World and Smashing Pumpkins
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Strange Feeling
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2. Footprints
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3. Living It Up
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4. Railroad (On My Mind)
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5. How Do You Do?
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Only came across this Canadian band this afternoon, grab a few listens and check out the fuzzy guitar riff in your left hand speaker – That`s definitely some quality mischief in the production department, menacingly hook heavy and deliciously soulful. The lead single `Strange Feeling` is out now on a free download, the forthcoming EP entitled `Action Figures` is due out in 2013 – The A to Z of excellent Hamilton bands has just got one line longer. - Mojophenia

It is the first release in two years after their last effort, Leave A Light On. They are also planning to unleash a new EP, Action Figures in the new year.
This single, Strange Feeling, equips their Rock’ N Roll melodic hooks with a layer of blasting harmonies. I am especially fond of the ending of the tune, where the grungy guitar unison leads to the ending with an overdriven guitar solo. It's a perfect moment to show off your air guitar skill. - Music Psychos


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