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Pocketknife

Pocketknife

Artist: Mr. Little Jeans

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3. Buy Digitally from Recordstoreday.com

Digital Album: $8.99
Pocketknife
Pocketknife

Artist: Mr. Little Jeans
MP3
1. Rescue Song
$1.29
2. Mercy
$1.29
3. Runaway
$1.29
4. Oh Sailor
$1.29
5. Don't Run
$1.29
6. Good Mistake
$1.29
7. Haunted
$1.29
8. Lady Luck
$1.29
9. The Suburbs
$1.29
10. Heaven Sent
$1.29
11. Far From Home
$1.29
12. Valentine
$1.29

DETAILS
Format: CD
Label: HARVEST
Rel. Date: 03/25/2014
UPC: 602537741724

More Info:

Many people's introduction to Monica A.K.A Mr. Little Jeans came with her haunting, beat-damaged cover of Arcade Fire's 'The Suburbs,' essentially doing to that song what James Blake did to Feist's 'The Limit to Your Love.' She'd similarly flipped Beyoncc's 'Single Ladies' on 2010's Angel EP, but Mr Little Jeans' has since come into her own. Her forthcoming full-length debut recorded and produced by Tim Anderson (Ima Robot, Dead Man's Bones) in L.A., Monica's new home base promises untold treasures that happily blur the lines between pop and art, light and dark.

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