Raising the Fawn

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Raising the Fawn is a Canadian indie rock band, with its roots in Toronto. The band is composed of John Crossingham (who is also a member of Broken Social Scene), Scott Remila and Dylan Green (who are both members of City and Colour). The band formed in 1997 and released their self-titled first album in 2001.[1]

Discography[edit]

  • Raising the Fawn (2001)
  • By the Warmth of Your Flame (2003)
  • The North Sea (2004)[2]
    1. "The News"
    2. "Home"
    3. "Gwendolyn"
    4. "July 23"
    5. "The North Sea"
    6. "Top to Bottom"
    7. "Drownded"
    8. "ETA"
  • The Maginot Line (2006)[3]
    1. "Pyotr"
    2. "Carbon Paper"
    3. "Maginot Line"
    4. "Ilyich"
    5. "Christmastime in the Fields"
    6. "Matador"
    7. "Nocturne No. 1"
    8. "Cloak and the Veil"
    9. "Gold and Red"
    10. "Until It Starts Again"
    11. "Nocturne No. 2"
  • Sleight of Hand (2007)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Loftus, Johnny. "Raising the Fawn: Biography", Allmusic. Retrieved June 18, 2013.
  2. ^ Carruthers, Sean. "Raising the Fawn: The North Sea", Allmusic. Retrieved June 18, 2013.
  3. ^ Whibbs, Chris (March 2006). "The Mysteries of Raising the Fawn", Exclaim!. Retrieved June 18, 2013.

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