Pick Up On: Entire Cities

Toronto roots-rockers, Entire Cities, produce an unusual and endearing brand of folk-rock  that is honest and incisive and beautifully exemplifies the joy, yearning, and disillusionment of human existence.  The songs on their latest album I Hope You Never Come Home emerge large and full, welcoming a first-time listener with a strange familiarity and automatic tenderness.  Frontman Simon Borer writes undeniable, detailed accounts of day-to-day misadventures and has a comfortable, lackadaisical style that jibes with the music.

Check Out: Gimme A Ride

Check Out: Oh Dear, Oh Dear, Oh Dear

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Cheers.

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