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3 reviews »And finally from mere here's a single by Young Republic called Blue Skies which sounds rather lovely. It starts off all orchestral and reminds me of Polyphonic Spree for a mo.... Then it all goes all proper serious indie with strings flailing around everywhere over a right proper tune. On 2nd listen it starts to make sense and prove itself to be a reasonably infectious debut single. Somewhere in ... »

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Blue Skies/ Small Town In A World War by The Young Republic
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8/10 Phil Staff review, 20 April 2007
And finally from mere here's a single by Young Republic called Blue Skies which sounds rather lovely. It starts off all orchestral and reminds me of Polyphonic Spree for a mo.... Then it all goes all proper serious indie with strings flailing around everywhere over a right proper tune. On 2nd listen it starts to make sense and prove itself to be a reasonably infectious debut single. Somewhere in between Arcade Fire and Belle & Sebastian I reckon!! I expect these mommas to fly out.... Hand numbered

10/10 Penny Customer review, 6th May 2007

Wow! I absolutely adore this band. Their arrangements are wonderful and the singing amazing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Hope an album will be coming out soon. This band is HOT!

6/10 Andy Customer review,

Sounds exactly like the Thrills doing a cover of The Shins 'New Slang' - you decide whether that's good or bad. I'm simply unmoved.


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