Three New Framing Hanley Songs2013-12-04 by TheDarkestNight | 8 Comments
|Alternative Rock band Framing Hanley have released three new tracks in preparation for their upcoming album "The Sum of Who We Are" due for release in 2014. The songs are "Crooked Smiles", "No Saving Me" and "Walt and the Wolves."|
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Digging: Remo Drive - Greatest Hits
Band is definitly very bad, can't believe they raised 60,000 to fund this album.
Didn't these guys do a cover of lollipop back in the day?
60fuckingthousand holy shit. Certainly you don't mean dollars
Digging: No Reason to Live - Only Death is Certain
"Pledge $2,000 or more
1 backer Limited (14 left of 15)
Ryan, Luke, & Nixon will come to your living room and play an acoustic show and hangout with you and all of your friends. This is different than the $5k reward in that its only 3 of us, plus no need for the pa system etc. We'd like to keep this under 1000 miles with anything over 1000 miles having at least fuel paid for as well."
Lol you give them 2gs to come chill and you still gotta pay their fuckin gas money
have you ever driven across the country before?
Digging: MDC - Millions Of Dead Cops
Their last album was absolute trash, but No Saving Me is actually a very good track.
I liked their first album a bit, second one was disappointing... not sure what to think now. Maybe I just grew out of it
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