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Architecture in Helsinki are an band which formed in Melbourne, Australia in 2000. The band has released four studio albums: "Fingers Crossed" (2003), "In Case We Die" (2005), "Places Like This" (2008) and "Moment Bends" (2011). The band consists of Cameron Bird (vocals, guitar), Gus Franklin (horns, drums, guitar), Kellie Sutherland (vocals, keyboards, melodica, other instruments), Jamie Mildren (multiple instruments) and Sam Perry (multiple instruments).

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  • Avatar for chronicplutonic
    places like this is actually their best work. they peaked there then fell.
  • Avatar for AndrewBleeker
    When You Walk in the Room, I Might Survive, Echo and April are phenomenal. Not their best album...I'd say on par with Places Like This in terms of goods songs to okay songs ratio
  • Avatar for Dream-core
    W.O.W. is sooo WOW
  • Avatar for faridmon
    Yeah, the new album is just too conventional in its pop nature. Its quite stripped down compared to Moment Bends. Its fun, but its a missed opportunity. Hope to see them back on track with their new album in the future.
  • Avatar for Dream-core
    Just finished to listen their discography. Moment Bends and Fingers Crossed are the best albums.
  • Avatar for Dream-core
    Finally I got a time to listen to them. Oh My God, they are so amazing! Hope to see them in Russia :3
  • Avatar for jacoo90
    their new album - disappointment, always liked them being pop, but too much is too much
  • Avatar for Cylob
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  • Avatar for faridmon
    When it comes to Finland and Architecture, you only need to remember one name: Alvar Aalto. Enough said!
  • Avatar for sls
    I went to Helsinki in '99, paid more attention to Carol's Pizza than the architecture, but from what I remember it was nice. I hope to go back some day before total economic collapse prevents feasible cross-continent travel

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