The Suburbs is a big leap past Neon Bible in arena-rock force and vocal clarity — the lyrics and portraiture bust through the rich reverb. “We got to make this record exactly how we wanted to,” Win says of The Suburbs, which the band wrote and recorded over two years, mostly in its own studio, a converted church near Montreal. “That’s the measure of success to me.”
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Counted mentions by song. Don’t think I missed any, but let me know.
She’s the One…and…She’s the One…and…She’s the One…
Check out this blog post, “Stereotyping people by their favourite ‘indie’ bands.” Some of our favorites:
Bros who try to make out with girls at concerts by relating to them via old Nickelodeon shows. “Remember Pete & Pete??”
Guys who don’t get jobs because their potential employer discovered photos of them bro icing on Facebook.
Bar Mitzvah crashers.
Guys who mistake their blender for a radio.
Accurate? Kinda—and even when it’s not, it’s pretty hilarious. Any you’d add to this list?