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Bishop Allen

Brooklyn by way of Boston indie rock quartet Bishop Allen formed in 2003 around core members Justin Rice and Christian Rudder. The group (the two longtime friends are joined by a rotating cast of musicians) takes its name from Bishop Allen Drive in Cambridge, MA, the street where Rice and Rudder used to reside. Bishop Allen released the largely self-recorded Charm School in 2003 and were quiet on the recordings front until 2006, when they released an EP each month. The records were sold on their website and people began to take notice of the band, especially when "History of Excuses," a song from the March EP, was played during an episode of Scrubs. In November of that year they signed toDead Oceans, a part of the Secretly Canadian/Jagjaguwar family of labels. Their next record, 2007's Broken String, reworked songs from the EPs and added some new songs, including "Middle Management," which the band performed in a scene in the 2008 film Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist. (The music/film connection is strong within the group and both members of the duo have had leading roles in seminal "mumblecore" films: Rice in 2002's Funny Ha Ha; Rudder in 2006's Mutual Appreciation.) Their next album, the stripped-down Grrr..., was released in early 2009. In 2011, Rice and wife Darbie Notwatka released a cover song side project album recording as the Last Names. Returning his attention back to Bishop Allen, Rice and company recorded their fourth LP Lights Out which appeared in the summer of 2014. ~ James Christopher Monger & Tim Sendra, Rovi
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I love the song butterflynet s ! Its adorable
Must feed the chickens.
the3wrights3
Updating my comment..... The bass clarinet-sou n d i n g part is only at the end..... Obviously the rest is saxophone... .
Wimpy music
the3wrights3
Isnt that a bass clarinet???? Anyways, love this song!!!!!! Gorgeously simple..... And im a sucker for anything played with mallets..... . .
This is my new favorite band.
whoa, what an odd profile pic!
Sir i have a hipster card here for you... its cause you stopped caring.... i totally liked hipster cards before they got like this....
bromide01
I'll check back later when my hipster card arrives in the mail. I mean when I can download it on my iPhone or iPad. Or whatever. I don't care.
Who cares if lyrics mean anything. get over yourself man. not everyone has to "get" music.
does this band remind anyone else of cloud cult in terms of the vocals?
Good to see a band with some actual creativity and originality.
Lyrics that actually MEAN something. Good rhythm. Great overall.

Keep it up guys!
Their music is a bit lukewarm isn't it?
filmchicken
Bishop Allen is absolutely amazing; creative and energetic. I've never heard anyone quite like them.
This Guy rocks...BTW, g r e a t remake of Dylan's version!
i love them! they are fun and original and interesting!
Love this band.
yeah that is actually where i heard of them. i now love them. is wheres fluffy a real band?
yeah it was, they mention them by name and the name is also floating around on the notepad during the opening credits before you get introduced to norah
Was this the band that played in Nck and Norahs Infinite Playlist? I think they came on after Nicks band played. Does anybody know?
I'm rather fond of this one song
Sounds like the guy from the free credit report commercials.
pretty good. i like the lyrics
Great stuff, almost every song is worth listening to
dcm253
boring, uninspired, unoriginal
I thank you Lord for all the gospel artist Kirk Franklin inspired me ever sence I was a little girl now i am 15 years old and he is still my hero and forever and ever I love you kirk franklin
Some pretty fun pop.
ikonoclast_7 5
Unremarkable but catchy. I like.
Blah
Not bad!
randyisnot
awesome
man i like this!
johnferrell
I sincerely found myself tapping my foot and bobbing my head to "Things Are What You Make Of Them".
Very original I love it! Keep it up.

I want the new cd, badly.
The first time I have ever heard Eve of Destruction when it didn't suck.
Sounds like a home recorded rumpus room spontaneous sleep-over lark. But solid lyrics which attempt to say a kind of splendid nothing.
nearly the best music ever played :D

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