The Town and the City
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"The Town and the City's EP"

The Town and the City's first release Now or Whatever Seems More Like the Past EP is a throwback to baroque folk stylings with a fresh voice. It rivals other Midwest acts like Bright Eyes and Wilco for immediacy and poetic vision. The Afterlife Recordings has found a gem within their small roster and the album is definitely worth listening. Much anticipation will be given to their upcoming full-length. - Schizonism Zine


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Now or Whatever Seems More Like the Past EP
Released December 4th, 2007
Single "To Covet One's Catastrophe" appears in the independent film White Out

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The Afterlife Recordings presents The Town and the City’s newest EP Now or Whatever Seems More Like the Past. The band’s 1st studio album is to be released on December 4th, 2007. The EP can be purchased exclusively on iTunes.

The Town and the City is an indie/folk band consisting of singer-songwriter Shaun Millard and a multitude of collaborators from the Chicago indie music scene. Now or Whatever Seems More Like the Past is considered a prologue to forthcoming albums, which will become a soundtrack for a young man’s study of his hometown and the growth towards a major city. The EP experiments with traditional folk instrumentation alongside fresh and modern compositions. Their first single “To Covet One’s Catastrophe” is set to appear on the soundtrack for White Out, an independent film.

The Town and the City’s Now or Whatever Seems More Like the Past will cost $3.96 ($.99 per song) on iTunes. The digital release will be on December 4th. A couple songs are currently streaming at www.purevolume.com/thetown_thecity