Longstride | Days Like These

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Days Like These

by Longstride

Reggae, Rock, Pop, Groove - Sounds like a blend of Sublime, Maroon 5, Dirty Heads, 311 & Black Crowes.
Genre: Reggae: Reggae rock
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1. Inside Out
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2. Runnin'
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3. Coast
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4. Last December
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5. Ashes
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6. This Time
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7. What's Up
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8. Gone
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Jamie Love, Vocals • Blayne Banks, Guitar • Bryan Jones, Drums • Jason Shavey, Bass
Melody meets Reggae-ROCK-Pop with a little Groove on top!
Sounds Like: Maroon 5, Sublime, Dirty Heads, Slightly Stoopid, G. Love & Special Sauce, Pepper, 311, Black Crowes

Seattle, Washington based group, Longstride is the best new band set to explode onto the music scene. Longstride equals Reggae-Rock-Groove with real melodies and amazing execution with a 'High energy, crowd moving' stage show. Longstride has emerged with a unique and distinctively lyrical Reggae-Rock-Groove identity. Their debut album "Days Like These" exhibits the breadth, power and soul of the band's sound.

 Longstride is comprised of members who have played and toured separately from Hawaii to LA, Alaska and all over the Northwest. Longstride began performing in August 2012.

"upbeat traditional reggae, with harder rock and some surf thrown into the mix. This four-piece includes a singer with a sweet, gravelly tone who can croon with the best of them"

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