03.04.10 by Jeff

Saintseneca / Grey Flag EP

Here’s some weekend music for ya, Saintseneca just released another incredible EP, Grey Flag. Listen to the song Kill All Animals, it’s like you’re surrounded at the arcade, and instead of bullies beating you up, you get strummed and stomped to death by pure awesomeness.

saintseneca grey flag ep
If you like it, support them! They are putting out cassette tapes for heaven sakes! (or is it heaven’s sake?)


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Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • agreed, complete awesomeness.

  • GT

    i’m leaning toward heaven’s sake.
    and yes, awesome.
    GT

  • Hands down a must-have album.

  • Katelyn

    can’t… stop… listening to them! they’re absolutely wonderful.

  • g539

    I love their music!
    they are a little bit out of tune in the singing, but i think it just adds more to the folk-music experience

  • I’ve been listening to these guys every day since this post. They’re awesome!

  • 1993Lee

    Actually,I have never heard of their music.But I want to try.

  • kelsey

    i have been living to their music since the first post last year.
    thanks for beautiful music!

  • betty

    Fantastic,
    I love this kind of band,

    do you listen to the ep of Agnes Obel – Riverside, beautiful too.
    You can download ” Close watch ” of John Cale by Agnes Obel.

  • Betty

    I like this band,
    Do you listen to Agnes Obel, too beautiful, download one of the song just here :
    http://playit.pias.com/agnesobel/philharmonics/

  • sol

    Such a great up and coming band !
    Hope they go far:)





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