Longfellow | And So On?

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And So On?

by Longfellow

Hailing from Placentia, CA, this five piece has been crafting its unique blend of melodic emo rock/punk for over five years. The band met while in high school and formed soon thereafter.
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1. Anthropomorphism Is a Silly Deceit
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2. The Little Disaster
2:12 album only
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3. Flt 076
1:59 album only
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4. Manits' Dream
2:19 album only
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5. Apology Accepted
1:50 album only
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6. Odd Job
2:30 album only
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7. Scooter
3:47 album only
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8. Madman, Bum & Angel
1:57 album only
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9. Knife Hits
2:37 album only
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10. El Cid
2:33 album only
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11. Ratcatcher
1:23 album only
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12. Paste
2:16 album only
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13. Throats to You
2:09 album only
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14. Smokescreen
2:36 album only

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Hailing from Placentia, CA, this five piece has been crafting its unique blend of melodic emo rock/punk for over five years. The band met while in high school and formed soon thereafter. They spent the first few years selling out of their home made demos. They played many local venues and established a large and loyal fan base in Orange County. They went on to finance and produce their first full length album, "We're Huge In Japan," which sold more than 1,500 copies locally. They soon caught the attention of punk rock legends, Joe Escalante and Warren Fitzgerald of the Vandals. Joe and Warren decided to sign them to their successful indie label, Kung Fu Records. This collaboration produced their next full length, "And So On...". The new album has received critical acclaim:

"The music is definitely good. Tight, aggressive, poppy punk, with some Avail and Samiam-type parts thrown in to keep it from getting too one-dimensional. Well thought-out and executed with true punk energy. This is pop-punk I can actually listen to."-Maximum Rock n Roll.

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