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The Not-So Pleasant Nostalgia of Admiral Fallow’s “Subbuteo”

Despite not having as large a following as genre-mates Frightened Rabbit, Scottish indie-folk band Admiral Fallows has always had a special place in my heart. From the moment I first hear the bombastic chorus of their first single “Squealing Pigs,” I was sold. However, we’re going to look at their second single “Subbuteo—”notable not only for its different tone from “Squealing Pigs,” but also being the track that gives the album—Boots Met My Face­­—its title.


Strangers Knowing Our Secrets

 In case you’re a new reader of Another Kind of Currency, you may not know of my deep passionate love for indie-punk band Titus Andronicus. I’ve written about them quite a few times before (even getting a recognized by Patrick himself on the band’s twitter) but I haven’t said much about them lately. However, that is going to change, as they’ve announced their fifth studio album, A Productive Cough, and have release two single from it so far. Today we’ll be looking at the second single, ”Above the Bodega (Local Business).”