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January 14, 2009 Storytelling is an essential piece of Leopold and His Fiction's sound. According to guitarist and vocalist Daniel James, the San Francisco-based band got its name from a short story he wrote about "a minstrel of sorts with a gift to elaborate on life with word and gesture." Leopold and His Fiction's latest album, Ain't No Surprise, draws on everything from lost loves to "hollow street lights that still call your name."
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