We Buy Gold EP

by Out on the Streets

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LostInLove Fan since Martian Memo to God.. This song, rhythms is my style..my favorite from EP Favorite track: Song to Change Your Life.
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Email: outonthestreets.music@gmail.com

"Few records explode out of the gate with the grandeur and passion of this EP. It's impossible to peg the multilayered indie pop, but a few words come to mind: bold, upbeat, dance . . . British? Two more: must listen."
-JW, The Seattle Weekly

"A band that you will love if you like upbeat dance rock like The Arctic Monkeys or The Strokes. ("Effigies") is so catchy!"
- Megan Seling, 107.7 The End

"Besides making you want to get up and jump around, there is a certain amount of retro spice to this record that keeps it from ever sounding too commercial or mainstream. While the band clearly embraces the concept of the rock anthem, they’ve paid attention to all the other details that make a song decent and palatable. I can’t imagine any reason they won’t be some sort of mainstay on KEXP in the coming months."
- Guy Keltner, Seismic Sound

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released September 16, 2013

Produced by Casey Bates
Mastered at the Blasting Room by Jason Livermore

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Out on the Streets Seattle, Washington

Out on the Streets is a band from Seattle, WA that strives to connect with an audience through their anthemic, bold, and unabashedly direct brand of indie rock. By constantly weaving elements of punk, dance, and 60's pop into their music, the band's sound has drawn comparisons to The Arctic Monkeys, The Smiths, and The Strokes. ... more

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