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Correct Behavior

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Millions
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Wonder
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You Kill
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I Love You
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It's Easy
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Girls in the City
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Heaven and Hell
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Good As You
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Disappear
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Summerset
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You Kill
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Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 35:21

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07.23.12
Stadium-sized hooks, extra guitar layers and loads of reverb
2012 | Label: Kanine Records

Nicole Yun only knows a handful of guitar chords, but she plays them passionately. Her band, Eternal Summers, has expanded sizably on sophomore effort Correct Behavior, building on their debut’s ramshackle indiepop foundation with stadium-sized hooks, extra layers of guitar, and loads of reverb. But in spite of their sonic makeover, Eternal Summers (now a trio with the addition of bassist Jonathan Woods) still understand the power of brevity and focus, striking a balance between… read more »

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