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I'm so stoked that this song is free. i've been meaning to download it but haven't . now i have a good reason to

What the fire truck!

This song... People are saying it's retro and all that, its noir at all. This is brand new light techno-pop, infused with indie rock. I'm not really sure I'm a die hard for it though. It's alright music, a good buy for free, even though I was considering purchasing the single on it's own. Video is SO WEIRD!!!

Cool song, cool video, love the band

Starry321, you obviously don't understand experimental indie music. This is a great song, great video and I always love to see more from this band. Good stuff :)


Formed: 2000 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The Australian indie pop ensemble Architecture in Helsinki hail from Fitzroy, Melbourne, and have counted multi-instrumentalists Cameron Bird, James Cecil, Gus Franklin, Isobel Knowles, Jamie Mildren, Sam Perry, Tara Shackell, and Kellie Sutherland among their ranks. The band's musical arsenal is even bigger than its roster, featuring instruments as diverse as analog synths and samplers, glockenspiel, tuba, clarinet, and recorder along with the more predictable drums, bass, and guitar. Architecture...
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  • $3.39
  • Genre: Alternative
  • Released: 01 January 2011

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