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Seldon Plan

Seldon Plan

Seldon Plan


An Introduction The Seldon Plan is a Baltimore-based band that plays “tuneful-wistful rock...” (The Washington Post). The band’s live performance schedule has been steady throughout the northeast US over the past two years as they supported their first full-length record Making Circles – including shows with Matt Pond PA, Now It’s Overhead, I Love You But I’ve Chosen Darkness, Explosions in the Sky, and Jet By Day. Making Circles has been widely critically acclaimed and made its way onto a number of top-record of the year lists Read more on Last.fm
An Introduction The Seldon Plan is a Baltimore-based band that plays “tuneful-wistful rock...” (The Washington Post). The band’s live performance schedule has been steady throughout the northeast US over the past two years as they supported their first full-length record Making Circles – including shows with Matt Pond PA, Now It’s Overhead, I Love You But I’ve Chosen Darkness, Explosions in the Sky, and Jet By Day. Making Circles has been widely critically acclaimed and made its way onto a number of top-record of the year lists, including a selection as one of “the top 40 releases of 2005” by influential indie-magazine The Big Takeover. Chris Connelly of On Tap Magazine sums up the general sentiment from critics and audiences about this band, saying, “catch them on the ground floor, before this wonderful secret gets out.” The Seldon Plan presents The Collective Now (out 2007) The new record by The Seldon Plan, titled The Collective Now, is an expansive exploration of the band’s on-again-off-again relationship with pop music.

The Collective Now was originally meant to be a dance-pop record with a healthy reverence to early 80’s college radio. However, The Collective Now evolved into what the band suggests is their own mature, widely influenced brand of modern indie pop. What results is an interesting essay on the tension a band might feel between simplicity, accessibility and artistic expression. Listeners might hear The Collective Now as a diverse intersection between Maritime, The Little Ones, Band of Horses, Earlimart and The Swirlies.

No matter what you hear, you are sure to enjoy this sophomore effort from The Seldon Plan. Website: http://www.theseldonplan.com Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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