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Out Of Sight. Out Of Town

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The Look Of Lust
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Suitcase
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Dead Future
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Kicking Puddles
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Darth Vadar
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Bad Temper
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Older Woman
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Call Me Up
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Half Sister
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Early That Night
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Crystal Palatial
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Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 36:00

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01.06.12
Witty tales of dead-end jobs and romantic missteps
2011 | Label: Melodic / Southern Record Distributors

In “Fifteen,” on their 2010 debut The Noyelle Beat, Sheffield trio Standard Fare sang about being 22 and not knowing what to do. On the band’s sophomore effort Out of Sight, Out of Town, they talk about mindless day jobs, crushed hopes and being “destined to die unknown.” Bassist-vocalist Emma Kupa, guitarst-vocalist Dan How and drummer Andy Beswick have carved out a space alongside like-minded British indiepop acts Los Campesinos! and Allo Darlin’, with songs… read more »

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... if just for Darth Vadar, The Look Of Lust and Crystal Palatial. This is a great recording, start to finish, and now stands as a sad reminder of what Standard Fare might have risen to if they had stayed together. Turn it up and live in the recent past!

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Out Of Sight, Out Of Town is the second album from Sheffield-based trio Standard Fare. Recorded with producer Alan Smyth over eleven days, the album sees the band continue with the indie-pop of the debut while the addition of trumpets and violins gives an extra dimension to their sound., Rovi – Richard Wilson