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The Stills in Studio on World Cafe 11/13/08

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The Stills: Rising Out Of The Ocean

The Stills: Rising Out Of The Ocean

The Stills in Studio on World Cafe 11/13/08

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Set List

  • "Don't Talk Down"
  • "Snow in California"
  • "Snakecharming the Masses"
  • "Being Here"

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When a trend gets going, bands are likely going to get caught in the deluge. Inspired by the post-punk sounds of Echo & The Bunnymen and Joy Division, The Stills' members found themselves compared to Interpol. It's the kind of thing that sticks to a band, but The Stills continues to hone its sound, now taking on a much darker and more passionate approach.

In a session with host David Dye, The Stills' members perform material from their newest album, Oceans Will Rise.

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Album
Oceans Will Rise
Artist
The Stills
Label
Arts & Crafts
Released
2008

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