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I swear if you listen enough this band will grow on you like fur. Sophisticated, humorous and quite addicting. Duet for Emmylou and the Grievous Angel has quickly become one of my favorites. Haven't heard anything like this since Leslie Spit Treeo.

Another R3-30 Hit

Heard this song first on CBC's R3-30 podcast - a must download for all Canadian indie fans. The song's catchy, funny and has a great compposition. Great choice iTunes. Keep promoting Canadian indie music.


This isn't my particular style of music, but it is the best single of the week that I've heard in a long time. Also, if you don't like it, don't listen to it!


Formed: 2005 in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Regina, Saskatchewan indie rock band Rah Rah started off in the spirit of their Canadian forebears, Neil Young and Arcade Fire, performing sweeping, heart-on-the-sleeve indie folk. The band was formed by original members Erin Passmore (drums/keyboard/bass) and Marshall Burns (guitar), who shared main vocal duties, while Joel Passmore (bass), Jeffrey Romanyk (drums/keyboard/guitar), Vanessa Benson (keyboard/bass), and Kristina Hedlund (violin/accordion/keyboard) rounded out the group. The original...
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