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This Sentence Will Ruin / Save Your Life - EP

Born Ruffians

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BRILLIANT!

lovin this! their like a more rock'n'roll version of Wolf Parade and Sunset Rubdown!! TOTALLY amazing!

brilliant

saw them live in london and they were CLASS. very strong vocals, should be much more well known in the uk. reminded me of modest mouse. a******

Fantastic.

Simple explination of band: a faster version of kings of leon with some very interesting lyrics all over. (and more bass). Overall a brilliant ep with some stunning bass lines throughout it, best songs include 'I'm one of those girls' and 'this sentence will ruin/save your life'. i am sitting on the edge of my seat waiting for the album!!!

Biography

Formed: 2002 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Toronto's Born Ruffians feature Luke LaLonde (vocals/guitar), Mitch DeRosier (bass/vocals), and Steve Hamelin (drums). Formed in 2002, the indie rock trio creates a jaunty mix of shifty guitar riffs and hyper-chic vocals for a Pixies-esque shredded kind of sweetness. An appearance at the annual Pop Montreal festival and U.S. tour dates with Hot Chip and Shy Child coincided with the release of Born Ruffians' self-titled debut EP for Warp Records in October 2006. The band's first full-length, Red Yellow...
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This Sentence Will Ruin / Save Your Life - EP, Born Ruffians
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  • £5.94
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: 30 October 2006

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