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Congleton Chronicle [Uk]: "Reading Too Much Into Things Like Everything" review



Buzz Magazine [Uk]: Reseña "Reading Too Much Into Things Like Everything"



The MMP [Uk]: "Reading Too Much Into Things Like Everything" interview

If you like your music sweet and sugary, equal parts lovestruck and lovelorn, then The School might just be your new favourite band. Their first album, Loveless Unbeliever, was brimming with both the heady excitement of new love and the nagging melancholy of love lost. Their new LP, Reading Too Mu…



The Chronicle [Uk]: Pre-article about Going Up The Country Festival



Philadelphia City Paper [Usa]: "Reading Too Much Into Things Like Everything" review

There's plenty of sugary twee-pop out there, and then there's Welsh eightsome The School, whose utter trifle of a sophomore album, Reading Too Much Into Things Like Everything (Elefant) is so achingly sweet that you'll probably want to brush your teeth in between listens. These cheery…



Music Dash [Uk]: Manchester concert review, The Primitives + The School

CRASH COURSE IN POP MUSIC :: The Primitives :: The School :: 22 May 2012 / Ruby Lounge / Manchester By Cath Aubergine "Thanks to the people who have come to every gig and not thrown anything at us" smiles Liz Hunt, singer with The School. Not…



Sheffield Star [Uk]: Article about "Echoes And Rhymes" + Pre-concert article of The Leopard (Doncaster) gig opened by THE SCHOOL











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