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“The Outside Royalty, all the way from Pittsburgh, took it up a notch with their hunky dory, ‘yeehaah’ appeal.”
The Outside Royalty, all the way from Pittsburgh, took it up a notch with their hunky dory, ‘yeehaah’ appeal. They were a sort of orchestral rock, like Arcade Fire or Broken Social Scene, making use of an odd array of instrumentation and hymn-like choruses. An electronic cello (always a plus in my eyes) added a folky element. Some tracks gave off a pipe tobacco whiff of Irish reels or jigs. Worth noting was their upbeat, post punk cover of ‘Eleanor Rigby’. Tremendous whiskey drinking fun.



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