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Imaginary Cities

by Andrew Tijs on September 13, 2011

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Canadian indie pop act Imaginary Cities talk about their rise from Winnipeg to touring the US with The Pixies.

Rusty and Marti pop in to chat about their debut album Temporary Resident and the need to form a band around themselves to be able to play with the Pixies.

They also discuss their single ‘Hummingbird’ appearing on after-school cult TV show Degrassi: The Next Generation and getting dive-bombed by the wildlife during their first Australian tour.

 

 

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