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Faker

by Andrew Tijs on November 14, 2011

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Nathan and Nic from new-wave indie rockers Faker deliver a couple of fresh new tunes acoustically.

Faker are ramping up for their first album since 2007’s gold-selling Be The Twilight, sneaking out the ‘How Did We Not Get Loved?’ EP to provide a taste of a newer, more digital sound.

But thankfully, the songs work acoustically, as evidenced by Nathan and Nic delivering heartfelt versions of ‘Love For Sale’ and ‘Hearts To Break’.

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