Indie Rock: The Frames, Longitude (Anti)
Before pressing play on the new opus from The Frames, a 12-track retrospective designed to celebrate the Irish band’s 25th anniversary, most seasoned Frames fans will find themselves pausing to have a ferocious argument about the song selection on the album. Sure, the band has included gems such as Revelate, Fitzcarraldo, Star Star, Lay Me Down and Happy, alongside their new track None But I. But they’ve...
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