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Popular Manipulations

The Districts

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1
If Before I Wake
The Districts
2:56
2
Violet
The Districts
4:10
3
Ordinary Day
The Districts
4:44
4
Salt
The Districts
4:05
5
Why Would I Wanna Be
The Districts
2:26
6
Point
The Districts
2:53
7
Airplane
The Districts
3:43
8
Fat Kiddo
The Districts
2:47
9
Capable
The Districts
3:10
10
Rattling of the Heart
The Districts
4:10
11
Will You Please Be Quiet Please?
The Districts
3:13
Total Playing Time    38:17
Philadelphia indie pop band The Districts follows its successful 2015 album A Flourish and a Spoil with Popular Manipulations, on which the group channels its long-forged bonds into visceral rock and roll. Popular Manipulations includes the advance single Ordinary Day, a song dealing with personal alienation and awareness of change.

"We’d been on the road for that album (A Flourish and a Spoil) for so long that when we stopped and started writing, we knew we wanted the new songs to sound a little different."
- Robby Grote, vocalist/guitarist
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Fat Possum Records Studio Masters

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