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I'm a Bore, Mostly - Single

Deaf Havana

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Customer Reviews

It's a Bore, Actually...

Disappointingly boring. If you like generic commercial 'indie rock' bands, then this is the track for you. If you like anything else, then this probably won't do anything other than mildly entertain you at the most.

The sound is a combination of all the Kerrang favourites; Fall Out Boy, My Chemical Romance, Paramore.

Finally!

Finally a great FREE song! Thanks iTunes <3

iTunes Idea for Free Track of the Week

Just a thought but why doesn't iTunes let me preview the entire track when your giving it away? Hearing a clip is rarely enough to decide on a download I may later delete..... Just my 2c

Biography

Formed: 2005 in Norfolk, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Combining post-hardcore with anthemic pop-punk, Norfolk four-piece Deaf Havana sit alongside the likes of We Are the Ocean, the Blackout, and Young Guns on the list of bands flying the flag for the heavier side of British alt-rock. Formed in 2005 while lead vocalist Ryan Mellor, guitarists James Veck-Gilodi and Sebastian Spitz (later replaced by Chris Pennells), bassist Lee Wilson, and drummer Tom Ogden were at college in Kings Lynn, Deaf Havana signed to A Wolf at Your Door Records in 2008, and...
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I'm a Bore, Mostly - Single, Deaf Havana
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  • £0.79
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: 05 December 2011

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