Loon Choir | Expansion Forces

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Expansion Forces

by Loon Choir

A synth-rock infusion blended with both female and male vocals with memorable hooks and melodies sets Loon Choir's 'Expansion Forces' album apart among the regular rock get ups in today's music.
Genre: Rock: Experimental Rock
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1. Arise
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2. Massive Strike
3:42 $0.99
3. Bricks
3:26 $0.99
4. New Forewarnings
5:17 $0.99
5. Microcosm
4:06 $0.99
6. Woodlands
4:23 $0.99
7. Soil Science
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8. Vis a vis
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9. Summerland
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Album Notes
Loon Choir formed in early 2009 and by that spring were playing regularly in Eastern Ontario and Western Quebec with bands that include Ohbijou (Toronto), The Lovely Feathers (Montreal), Pree (Washington, D.C.), Rubik (Finland), Minto (Vancouver), and The Ghost is Dancing (Toronto). Also, shows were performed in Eastern Quebec, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island this past November as part of an Atlantic Canada acoustic tour.

The sound of Loon Choir is championed by its originality and the band takes pride in the fact that they don't sound like any one style, genre, or artist. Loon Choir is defined by their thoughtful lyrics delivered by the vocal balance of Derek Atkinson's sincerity and Nicole Yates' angelic power. The back-line is kept smooth and driving by bassist Jamie LeClair and drummer Khary Byron, while Dan Larmour and Brad Sheffield each bring the band's signature dancy hooks on guitar and synth.



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