The Grand Cannons | Supercollider

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Supercollider

by The Grand Cannons

We play Psychedelic Garage-Pop Alt-Rock with Folk Influences
Genre: Rock: Psychedelic
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1. All Will Be Revealed
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2. Lesser Fruit
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3. Tripping the Light
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4. The Trials and Tribulations of Agatha the Giraffe
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5. Time of War
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6. Begging to Be Blue
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7. We Have the Same Face
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8. Where Have All the Mothmen Gone
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9. Circuit Rider
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10. Road to Sacramende
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"For the few who heard the Long Island quartet’s self-titled EP, their debut full-length will sound tight and more focused; for the majority who didn’t, it’s anchored in the late 1960s: a soundscape that incorporates Beatle-delic pop alongside psychdelia. In contrast, Supercollider – as the name suggests – continues to push the band’s ambition further; its mixture of psychedelic garage-pop and alt-rock is a spirited move away from their lightweight retro assault: a sound that is bigger and grander than its DIY aesthetic suggests."
- ChybuccaSounds


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