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Colourful collection.

Fantasy Rainbow - No Hope, Not Ever EP IT'S not often bands manage to muster up a collection of songs that you would happily sit down and listen to consecutively without feeling the need to skip.

But Fantasy Rainbow have done just that with this chilled-out six-track EP. There seems to be a definite American influence throughout that adds to the relaxed lo-fi sound that the collective encompass in their music.

Particular highlights of the EP - which boasts contributions from the likes of The Chapman Family's Scott Chapman and Brilliant Mind's Calum Lynn - was opening song It's Only The Sealife and the title track, No Hope, Not Ever.

You'll like this if you're a fan of: Arcade Fire, The Drums.
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)
Date:Mar 30, 2012
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