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Album Review

For decades by this point, Canada has spawned countless rock bands — some that have been able to cross over to worldwide success (Neil Young, Rush, etc.), and some that never truly connected outside of the Great White North (the Tragically Hip, Moist, etc.). Come 2007, the world received another "big in Canada, hoping to break elsewhere" band — Mobile. Specializing in a radio-friendly sound that merges pop melodies with alt-rock so smoothed out that "alt-pop" is probably a more fitting description (although a dash of rock guitar can be detected), these Montreal natives scored a hit back home with their full-length debut, Tomorrow Starts Today, which later secured a U.S. deal. In the era's Death Cab for Cutie and Franz Ferdinand-friendly climate, Mobile should have no problem connecting with the aforementioned group's audiences, as evidenced by such similarly styled tunes as "Out of My Head" and "See Right Through Me." That said, there's not a heck of a whole lot to differentiate Mobile from the rest of the pack.


Formed: 1995 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

The alternative rock quintet Mobile formed in Montreal, Quebec, in 1995. Frontman Mat Joly, guitarist Frank Williamson, guitarist Christian Brais, bassist Dominic Viola, and drummer Pierre-Marc Hamelin first met in grade school and co-founded their first garage band as teenagers. As the success of acts including Arcade Fire, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, and the Dears vaulted Montreal to hotbed status, Mobile challenged conventional wisdom by relocating to Toronto...
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