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Born Ruffians continue to make great indie blues music.

If these two songs are any indication of what Say It is going to be like, I am excited. They have altered their sound to a small extent by using some electronic key boards in the brilliant What To Say. Lead singer Luke Lalonde continues to use so much emotion in his singing which is what got me hooked in the first place. These songs are catchy, different, and Born Ruffians have defined their style and sound with this single. If you are a fan of the first, your opinions on this great band will not change. Great job, Ruffians.


This song is horrid; skip it. Not at all like their past material. It's kind of a mess-you think the melody will kick in but it starts and stops and has stupid lyrics. Big misfire.

Ear Love

"What to Say" is a joy to listen to. The different progressions in the song are new to me every time I hear it, and is definitely like a ride. The strong chords on guitar are anthemic and always energize me.


Formed: 2002 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Delivering a playful variety of indie rock that weaves shifting guitar patterns though spare, hooky melodies and sweet but snarky vocals, Born Ruffians are a band that was formed in Midland, Ontario, Canada in 2002 by guitarist and singer Luke LaLonde, his cousin Mitch DeRosier on bass and vocals, and drummer Steve Hamelin. Originally named Mornington Drive (the group self-released an EP under that handle, though LaLonde claims he doesn't have a copy), the three musicians moved to Toronto in 2004,...
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