Penelope (Pinback song)
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|Single by Pinback|
|from the album Blue Screen Life|
|Label||Cutty Shark Records|
|Writer(s)||Rob Crow, ABS IV|
|Pinback singles chronology|
Penelope is a single released by indie rock band Pinback, on their album, Blue Screen Life. It is regarded as one of their most well-known songs. The two B-sides, "Anti-Hu" and "Seville" (Demo) can be found on Nautical Antiques.
The song was inspired by Armistead Burwell Smith IV's fish named Penelope, as can be seen on his Twitter page.
- "Seville" (Demo)
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