Several Girls Galore | The History of Both Our Lives

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The History of Both Our Lives

by Several Girls Galore

Lovingly-crafted, guitar-driven indie rock -- warm and fuzzy, brash and loud, and everything in between.
Genre: Rock: Album Rock
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1. Get It Right
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2. No Exception
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3. The History of Both Our Lives I
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4. The History of Both Our Lives II
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5. And the Breath of the Sea
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6. Strange
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7. Many More
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8. Long the Wait
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Album Notes
"As the title suggests, this is a true road trip album from Several Girls Galore. These are terrific rock songs that have a strong sense of hope and redemption. Will Vunderink is a fine songwriter, penning complex lyrics that never sound laboured. His laid back vocal combines beautifully with the relentless guitar rock throughout this album. At times the sound relies a little to heavily on the quiet-loud-quiet dynamic, though when the music is this good it hardly matters. Put the top down and let the good times roll." -- Popstache review of Cross This Wide Country

"Several Girls Galore has the prowess of artists who have been around for a decade or two longer than them, and you can hear what sounds like the ease of seasoned musicians from this impressive young group. While there are some similarities with bands like Deerhunter, or Women, or maybe Pavement, Several Girls Galore definitely has a sound of its own with Will’s haunting Vocals, driving drum and bass, and the quickly moving finger picking of melancholy guitar chords." -- Speaker Snacks review of The Noise We Make EP


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