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Okay. Okay? Yeah!

by High Page Delay

Sentimental Garage Pop. Jangly guitar, melodic bass lines, and driving drums propelling poignant lyrics full of imagery and wonder.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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1. Sweet Shot Thursday
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2:33 $0.99
2. Notion of Saints
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3. Making Out in a Time Machine
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4. Snow Day
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5. Despite the Smoke
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Album Notes
The first incarnation of High Page Delay was started by EJ and Mich some years ago..... What it has become with the addition of Darren is "a pop rock trio writing quite original sounding songs". Promising the listener a disparate range of music influenced by everything from 70's pop rock to 90's shoegaze whilst never sounding like anyone but themselves. Their first ep, "Okay. Okay? Yeah!", showcases their belief that songs should be well crafted and intiutive, and makes clear, "there is no formula for this band." Stringing together songs that cover such a broad spectrum can be a tricky endeavor, but High Page Delay manage to do it seamlessly. Keep an eye out for them. They are unique. And quite likely to have an impact on the Seattle music scene.


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John Davis

The type of music you'd listened in the car on the way to a coffee shop
I liked Notion of Saints. This album combines intriguing sounds while propelling an endless sonic wave of inter-twining melodies.

love it!!
this band recently played at the crocodile in Seattle, they have high energy and a mixture of sound, my favorite song on the EP is Despite the Smoke