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by An Overnight Low

"It’s the energetic, yet thoughtful and well-paced road-trip folk soundtrack that you’ve been looking for". – Francis Flisiuk, The Portland Phoenix
Genre: Pop: British Pop
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1. Dragonfly
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2. Magellan with a Timetable
4:17 $0.99
3. A Picture of Paris
2:27 $0.99
4. To Travel Hopefully
2:47 $0.99
5. Albert's Square
2:50 $0.99
6. Architecture
1:59 $0.99
7. Strange and Singular
2:33 $0.99
8. Finally, I'm a Postcard
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9. That Light's Gone Out
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10. Terminal C
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Album Notes
Piccadilly Reviews

After listening to their latest CD, Piccadilly, I can’t help but agree. It’s the energetic, yet thoughtful and well-paced road-trip folk soundtrack that you’ve been looking for. – Francis Flisiuk, The Portland Phoenix

“Piccadilly” is, naturally, a continuation of themes explored in “Euston” — travel, loneliness, acclimating to a new place, emotional duress, missing loved ones, among others. It’s also a musical continuation, that’s very much in keeping with the tuneful, melodic, Beatles-haunted indie pop that was present on the first album.- Emily Stoddard-Burnham, Culture Shock

Manchester’s dichotomy is represented on “Piccadilly’s” diverse lineup of songs. From the Christmas Markets of “Albert Square” to the English music-hall of “Finally, I’m a Postcard” to the observational passenger in “To Travel Hopefully,” the album is a rock photo collage as seen through the eyes of a part-time resident… “Piccadilly” is one of the most rewarding Maine-made listens of 2015. -Mike Dow, The Maine Edge

Well executed, catchy songs with a timeless energy.-Kyle Gervais, The Phoenix

Albert’s Square, feels like an undiscovered Beatles demo. I’m 90% sure that Paul McCartney was stuck in Heathrow that same day. ‘Working on a record are you? Well, I’ve got this melody kicking around… –Gascan Magazine



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