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A wonderful taste of things to come

Said the Whale teases us all with a little from their upcoming album. They stay true to their roots, and keep up the excellent work. I had been salivating for this EP since I'd heard it would be released. I even went so far as to mail order the 7"vinyl to get it sooner(I live in Florida) and I couldn't be happier with their new work. I'll be buying the full album as soon as it's released, I can assure you.

Half There

STW gives us a great new song in this EP but it was originally supposed to include a song called Upset Her. Try finding it on the internet, it's worth it for sure.

Biography

Formed: Vancouver, British Columbia, Cana

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

An indie rock outfit based in Vancouver, Said the Whale was formed by Ben Worcester and Tyler Bancroft. Former members of such bands as My Buddy Dave, the Millionaires, and WordsOverMusic, the two soon expanded the group's membership to five, adding Jeff LaForge (bass), Spencer Schoening (drums), and Jaycelyn Brown (keyboards). After stabilizing the roster, the band quickly got to work on EP projects, two of which would see release as free online downloads. Their first album, Taking Abalonia, was...
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The Magician - Single, Said the Whale
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  • $1.98
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: Jul 01, 2009

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