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The Coast released their much-anticipated debut full-length, Expatriate, on Aporia in April 2007 in Canada and AUGUST 19, 2007 in the United States. Recorded in winter 2007 in Toronto with producer Chris Stringer (We’re Marching On, Ohbijou), the album is a departure from the layered epics of their first EP, harnessing the off-the-floor energy of their live show and letting their signature hooky guitar melodies stand on their own.

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  • Avatar for LacyLuck
    Ahhh sorry to hear that @Garyyy Ugh hope its not true, this band is great!
  • Avatar for Garyyy
    Eh, I've just found out they're going to playing their last gig tomorrow before disbanding. It's definitely an underrated band - there was so much potential coming from their debut. All the best to their future endeavours!
  • Avatar for Acquiescence
    Oh please please please let the rest of Queen Cities be as good as 'Heartbreak City'. If this turns out to be the case then it will surely be AOTY.
  • Avatar for Acquiescence
    Lord God almighty, thought I'd pop round to their myspace page today to see if there were any new developments because they've been quiet for so long. What do I see? Details regarding a new album that's out in two days!! Unexpected but most triumphant news, can't wait to hear it.
  • Avatar for jslbrt
    This band is obscenely under appreciated. They are so awesome!
  • Avatar for xericjath
    floolights and killing off our friends could play on my ipod all day
  • Avatar for spreadblood4
    no secret why is why their good :D
  • Avatar for henry4444
    I bought their first ep after seeing them at a next to empty show in Brantford ontario and it will always be one of the best albums I own.
  • Avatar for miespaub
    Great band
  • Avatar for Acquiescence
    Am properly obssessing over this band now, they get better with each and every listen. Expatriate flows brilliantly

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