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The Long Winters

“…classic-rock guitar work melts into sunny vocal harmonies, creating songs that practically squirm with joy.” – Magnet, Feb. 2003

2013 marks the tenth anniversary of Barsuk Records release When I Pretend To Fall, the acclaimed second album from Seattle indie rockers The Long Winters. Fronted by honorary Seattle cultural mayor John Roderick, and largely defined by his extraordinary songs that bring hooks and deft lyrical twists in equal measure, Roderick and his band have become an institution in the Pacific Northwest and around the world among fans of smart songwriting. (As Roderick says, “I like chairs that don’t creak and songs that don’t suck.”)

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  • John Roderick and Jonathan Coulton: One Christmas at a Time

    [Paste Magazine] November 27, 2012 By Steve LaBate 7.5 This is the Christmas Vacation of indie-rock holiday albums. Nothing moves the spirit more than hearing two of the brightest minds in contemporary music—former University of Washington professor John Roderick and Yale grad Jonathan Coulton—devote their collective smarts to a new canon of songs about drunken […]

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