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April 15, 2010 The band introduces some synth-pop to its buoyant indie-rock sound on its latest album, Permalight. Rogue Wave showcases this new side of itself during the course of this session at Philadelphia's WXPN.
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If there's progress to be made and healing to be found, Rogue Wave seems up to the challenge.
February 8, 2010 "Solitary Gun" provides a fine introduction to Rogue Wave's new album, Permalight. It takes the most comforting aspects of the band's cathartic melodies and punching them up, and the result is one of the most upbeat pop songs Rogue Wave has made in a long time.
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October 9, 2007 Founded in 2002 by leader Zach Rogue, the indie-rock band Rogue Wave started when the newly unemployed Rogue went to New York to put together material that would later become the group's debut. Hear an interview and in-studio performance.
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