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Brilliant new band

I saw these guys live in Boston the day the album came out and I had to buy their CD instantly. They have a great indie sound plus they have a song about Godzilla...who doesn't like Godzilla? You don't, really? Well do you enjoy hidden new indie bands that you can brag to your friends about when they get popular so you can be like "I was there at the beginning, I introduced you guys to Via Audio." and everyone agrees but still thinks you're an idiot. So you have a choice to make: buy the CD because you love Godzilla or don't buy it because you're an idiot.

reenkle roinkle

bought this for 'presents' - what an indie pop classic, if you don't buy the album buy this song!

Biography

Formed: Brooklyn, NY

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Harmony-rich indie pop quartet Via Audio — drummer Danny Molad, vocalist/guitarist Jessica Martins, guitarist Tom Deis, and bassist David Lizmi — met each other in 2003 while at college in Boston. Within a year, the New York City-area band was hitting the stage while completing an EP. Via Audio experienced a false start on the recording of a full-length, but with a turn of luck, Jim Eno of Spoon liked what he heard...
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