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Louisiana-based England in 1819 carry their roots wherever they go

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England in 1819's Liam, Andrew, and Dan Callaway on location during the making of "Waterfall" video.


"I think some of them did, yes," he said. "It's really dependent on what people have been exposed to before. For us, and for a lot of people, our music is not that different. They say right away that it sounds like this or that. But I can see how if you hadn't heard anything like us before, you might think to yourself — what in the world is going on?" •

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Three Cheers for Bertie (2009)

(Self-released)

★★★ (out of 5 stars)

" ... has an innocence and a purity that makes it really unique. It's not perfect, and that's what gives it its own sound. It was recorded by us in our living room, and I'll always have a place in my heart for that little ugly duckling." (Andrew Callaway)

 

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Alma (2012)

(Self-released)

★★★ ½ (out of 5 stars)

"Cleaner, more thought out, hits harder and sounds better. It was a much longer process — and I think that paid off." (A.C.)

"Andrew Callaway can croon and also write some beautifully brooding music ripe with interesting harmonic movement." (Marcus Rubio, Current review on April 2)

 

England in 1819 feat. Ocean Versus Daughter, Ledaswan, The Sound of Curves

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