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Praised by critics and fans alike for their gut-punching thick Foo Fighters style guitars combined with a Radiohead-esque melancholy and an Indie rock flare, The Contact has built a musical niche for themselves somewhere between The Smashing Pumpkins, Muse and Keane. This sound, along with songwriting that is at once spiritual, gritty and filled with metaphor, have helped The Contact find a space for themselves in Canada’s competitive music scene.
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- Major Tom (Coming Home) - (4:04) - 320 plays
- Black Sea - (3:01) - 45 plays
- My Divine - (3:14) - 65 plays
- Canvas Tears - (3:30) - 9 plays
- wake up - (4:11) - 13 plays
- Anthem Of A Refugee - (3:21) - 11 plays
- If I Fall - (3:44) - 6 plays
- Easy To Die And Hard To Live - (4:30) - 5 plays
- Where Do We Go? - (2:59) - 6 plays
- Wait For The Light - (4:16) - 5 plays
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