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Relatable Content

by The PDX Broadsides

Portland's nerd-pop trio returns with an album of funny, clever, and touching songs. Covering fandoms from Steven Universe to Where the Wild Things Are, singing about mental health and failed friendships, their 5th album has what you need.
Genre: Rock: Folk Rock
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1. Let the Wild Rumpus Start
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2. Together Breakfast
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3. Jerkbrain
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4. Buffalo
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5. Love Good
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6. Orpheus
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7. Rewind
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8. Lost at Sea
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9. The Alligators
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10. House of the Wind
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11. Heartless
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12. Serotonin Dopamine
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13. Winter Is Coming
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
“Relatable Content” is full of ideas and experiences that we are all familiar with. There’s friendship, anxiety, loss, and wild fun. We’ve dug deep down to create what may be our most honest and vulnerable album, while still retaining our sense of childlike excitement.

Showing off our our literary side, we have recorded songs based on Patrick Rothfuss’ “The Name of the Wind” (“House of the Wind”), Marissa Meyer’s “Heartless” (“Heartless”), J.K. Rowling’s “Harry Potter” series (“Love Good”), and Maurice Sendak’s “Where the Wild Things Are” (“Let the Wild Rumpus Start”). We also have tracks about anxiety (“Serotonin Dopamine”) and self-doubt (“The Alligators”), which everyone can relate to.

The thirteen songs on “Relatable Content” represent songs that fans have loved over the two years since our last album, and include three that were commissioned from us as prior Kickstarter rewards. In many ways, this album is something that we have built with the help of our fans.

We returned to Opal Studio with Kevin S. Hahn (Paul Gilbert, Metts Ryan & Collins), and spent longer there than ever before, experimenting with ideas and working to expand our sound. We have definitely learned a lot over the previous four albums. Guest musicians include cellist Betsy Tinney (Vixy & Tony) and bassist Chris Waffle (Megathruster).

“Relatable Content” is our second album on Doubleclicks Records.

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