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Great music

So, I must be the only person my age (16) who listens to classical music and indie rock as much as I do, so when I was told to listen to this band, I saw the title "Butterflies and Boners" and instantly thought, "What am I DOING!?" However, after giving them a try... I don't know, I usually have something strong against the type of vocals these guys use, but something about this duo I just find... Appealing. Greatly, at that. Those vocals, mixed in with the extremely solid guitar riffs, creates one of the most awesome rock experiences I've come across. "2012" is definitely my current favorite song on the album, but there's still more to listen to. Definitely not for everyone, but those who are able to lighten up to these guys are in for a new band to put in their top ten list. PS I Love You deserves at least enough attention to be in the "Top Results" list above the soundtrack of that pathetic excuse for a movie, though. Other than that, this album (and their others, for that matter) is definitely worth the money.

Biography

Formed: 2006 in Kingston, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Hailing from Kingston, Ontario, Canada, noise pop duo PS I Love You formed in 2006 as an outlet for songwriter Paul Saulnier. Originally writing songs on guitar, pedal organ, and a Casio keyboard, Saulnier eventually made a rhythmic upgrade, recruiting drummer Benjamin Nelson to replace his less than trusty keyboard on percussion. Together, the pair created a manic sound that’s atmospheric while remaining almost relentlessly bright, allowing waves of melody to force their way through dense layers...
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