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signs and wonders

i got one of these songs as a freebie and immediately wanted the whole album and I love it! I can't wait for another from them.

Good debut. Nothing extraordinary.

This is a great album, don't get me wrong. I just find myself skipping a couple tracks. Sign and Wonders, Tin Man, Into the Sea, Two By Two, Home, and Chalk Stars are the best tracks on the album. The others are ok, just nothing extraordinary. The Looking Away is a step in the right direction. It has become my new fav album right now.

One of my all time faves

I also heard Tin Man as a free song of the week and immediately downloaded the entire album. I change up my playlists all the time, but all of these songs are included in each one. Can't wait for the next release.

Biography

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

England's Animal Kingdom craft dreamy and emotive stadium pop songs that echo the works of similarly atmospheric modern rock acts like Mercury Rev. Formed in the late 2000s around the talents of Richard Sauberlich (vocals, guitar, piano), Hamish Crombie (bass), Wayne Yardley (guitar), and Geoff Lea (drums), the quartet inked a deal with Warner Bros. in 2008 and released its debut album, Signs & Wonders, the following year to rave reviews. The band's sophomore outing, The...
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