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Port Cities

Made up of a trio of talented and set up Canadian singer/songwriters, Halifax-based Interface Cities hire a rich mixture of breezy, Pacific Sea pop and dusty country-folk that invokes brands like Nickel Creek, Fleetwood Macintosh, Hem, and Crosby, Stills & Nash. Founded in Halifax, Nova Scotia in 2011 by Breagh MacKinnon, Carleton Rock, and Dylan Guthro, most of whom had been enjoying vibrant single careers at that time, the Cape Breton three-piece didn’t become the official entity until very much afterwards. A four-year stint spent playing in each other’s rings and myriad single projects eventually resulted in writing jointly, and in 2015, the recently minted group inked a major-label cope with Warner. A set of singles, “Astronaut” and “Back again to underneath,” both which showcased the trio’s present for liquid three-part harmonies, had been released the next year, in expectation of their debut full-length in 2017.

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