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08/06/2012

Metro Scotland [Uk]: Reseña "Reading Too Much Into Things Like Everything"


 

07/06/2012

Peter Borough Evening Telegraph [Uk]: "Reading Too Much Into Things Like Everything" review


THE SCHOOL Reading Too Much Into things Like Everything (elefant records) Album Welsh band the School’s second album is a pop connoiseur’s dream with its myriad classic references from Motown to orange Juice. It might have been too clever, but it's charm wins through. 7  

 

04/06/2012

Sounds XP [Uk]: "Reading Too Much Into Things Like Everything" review


The School Reading Too Much Into Things Like Everything Elefant RecordsArticle written by Ged M  “Here’s to never growing up” is the sign-off on the sleeve. And to immunise themselves from the effects of aging, they’ve prescribing themselves a lifelong course of pop music – and specif…

 

04/06/2012

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


The School – Reading Too Much Into Things Like EverythingType: Albums, ReviewsArtist: The SchoolGenre: Indie     Release Date: 14th May 2012Track Listing: 1. What's Just Begun 2. Never Thought I'd See The Day 3. Where Does You Heart Belong? 4. Stop That Boy! 5. That Boy Is Mine. …

 

02/06/2012

The Four Five [Uk]: "Reading Too Much Into Things Like Everything" review


The School - Reading Too Much Into Things Like EverythingTwee has always been a pretty popular style, but it's been especially popular lately. This sophomore album from The School comes hot on the heels of a wave of popular, widely publicized releases from buzz bands like Tennis and Cults tha…

 

01/06/2012

Westmorland Gazette [Uk]: "Reading Too Much Into Things Like Everything" review


 

01/06/2012

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


 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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