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Thirty years into their career, Canadian indie rock perennials Sloan return with their 13th album: Steady. Featuring the band's trademark harmonies and every band member taking lead vocal duties on at least a couple tracks, there's no better musical commonwealth than this quartet. You'll hear the power pop rockers like "Magical Thinking" and "Keep Your Name Alive" to the moving, stripped-back introspective numbers like "Simply Leaving" and "Human Nature", and the psychedelic trips of "Panic of Runnymede" and "Close Encounters." It's hard to think of another band that has stayed as consistent for three decades musically and still has all the same band members for their entire career. Thirteen albums later, slow and steady wins the race.
Thirty years into their career, Canadian indie rock perennials Sloan return with their 13th album: Steady. Featuring the band's trademark harmonies and every band member taking lead vocal duties on at least a couple tracks, there's no better musical commonwealth than this quartet. You'll hear the power pop rockers like "Magical Thinking" and "Keep Your Name Alive" to the moving, stripped-back introspective numbers like "Simply Leaving" and "Human Nature", and the psychedelic trips of "Panic of Runnymede" and "Close Encounters." It's hard to think of another band that has stayed as consistent for three decades musically and still has all the same band members for their entire career. Thirteen albums later, slow and steady wins the race.
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Steady
Artist: Sloan
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Thirty years into their career, Canadian indie rock perennials Sloan return with their 13th album: Steady. Featuring the band's trademark harmonies and every band member taking lead vocal duties on at least a couple tracks, there's no better musical commonwealth than this quartet. You'll hear the power pop rockers like "Magical Thinking" and "Keep Your Name Alive" to the moving, stripped-back introspective numbers like "Simply Leaving" and "Human Nature", and the psychedelic trips of "Panic of Runnymede" and "Close Encounters." It's hard to think of another band that has stayed as consistent for three decades musically and still has all the same band members for their entire career. Thirteen albums later, slow and steady wins the race.
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