Album Review: The LaFontaines - Common Problem
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The LaFontaines have certainly grown since the release of their debut album Class two years ago. Not only have they built themselves up as one of Scotland’s most exciting live acts, mixing socially astute hip-hop with thrashing guitar rock and massive pop-tinged choruses, they’ve also done it while the world has seemingly been crumbling around them. ”We’re not as young and naive as we were in our early twenties,” says frontman Kerr Okan. “We’ve been around the world as a band, seen a lot of things and discovered our one big common problem.”
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