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  1. Mull Reply

    Release Date/10/;Notes:The Districts deliver raw, rollicking power on 'A Flourish And a Spoil' out February 10 on Fat Possum Records. John Congleton (St. Vincent, Angel Olsen, Swans) produced/engineered/mixed the album at Seedy Underbelly Studio (formerly Pachyderm Studio) in Cannon Falls, MN.

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    Listen to your favorite songs from A Flourish and a Spoil by The Districts Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.

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    Jun 11,  · A Flourish and a Spoil Licensed to YouTube by The Orchard Music, InertiaPtyLtd (on behalf of Pod/Inertia); The Royalty Network (Publishing), ASCAP, and 3 Music Rights Societies.

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    Feb 10,  · The Districts songs are often similar in both dynamic and arrangement, and to my ears they blur together into a 'sound' rather than a distinct set of songs. That said, I am always happy to listen to a new album that is not drowned in auto-tuned vocals and the tacky production flourishes that so many modern rock albums employ in attempt to sound /5(32).

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    A Flourish and a Spoil, an Album by The Districts. Released 10 February on Fat Possum (catalog no. FP; CD). Genres: Indie Rock.

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    Feb 10,  · A Flourish and a Spoil The Districts Alternative ; Listen on Apple Music. 4 Hounds 5 Sing the Song 6 Suburban Smell 7 Bold 8 Heavy Begs 9 Young Blood 10 6 AM 10 Songs, 44 Minutes Released: Feb 10, (Deluxe Album) Kodaline 60 million songs. Three months on us.

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    A Flourish and a Spoil. The Districts February 10, Alternative/Indie ℗ Fat Possum Records. Add to Wishlist. 3 Chlorine: $ 4 Hounds: $ 5 Sing the Song: $ 6 Suburban Smell: $ 7 Bold: Wild Onion is the second studio album by American rock band Twin Peaks. It was released on /5(29).

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    Occasionally, the Districts sound less sure of themselves than they did on their debut; songs such as "Hounds" and "Bold" feel more hemmed-in than streamlined. Still, A Flourish and a Spoil is far from a sophomore slump; instead, it's a portrait of the Districts as .

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