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Life of Pi makes good songs. Formed in 2003, the band independently released their debut LP, Sunrise with Seamonsters, in July of that year as well as a 3-song EP in May 2004. Their second LP, Pyrrhic Victory, was released in early 2005. The album Genuine Fake followed in 2009.

Songs:


2010:

Runnaways
Guido’s Dead
Floody
Splendor in the Grass
That Rainbow Sound
The Italian Way


2009:
Genuine Fake

Fall Into Line
Laughing Girl
This Time
Executioner’s Song
Seahorse
Cordelia
Hispaniola
Eat a Rainbow
Wonder Book For Girls and Boys
Final Voyage

(All songs by Stephen Hammill except This Time and Eat A Rainbow by Alastair St. Hill)


2005:
Pyrrhic Victory

Anatoly’s Revenge
Young Jim Hawkins
The Gilded Man
One From Two
Fast Eddie, the Cooler King
See You, Space Cowboy
Bismark
Chuck Yeager
Song X
Green Lantern
Rightside
Pacific
Our Starboard Home

(All songs by Stephen Hammill except One From Two, Song X and Rightside by Benjamin Coia)

Reviews:
“Fragile guitar lines float in and out of the minimal verses, building to an oceanic chorus highlighted by creative harmonies. It should be in regular rotation on every FM station in the country.” – Scott Harrell. Weekly Planet Best of the Bay Issue. 2005.

“This album is as much a history lesson as it is a testament to how good rock used to be. . . it has me thinking, which is the corner stone of a great album ” – The Independent Anthem / August 12, 2005.

Download Pyrrhic Victory on iTunes


2004:
EP

Action Horn
See Level
Bismark

(All songs by Stephen Hammill except See Level by Benjamin Coia)


2003:
Sunrise with Seamonsters 

Life of Pi
Marisol
Trick the World
It came from Nowhere
See Level
Action Horn
I Had a Vision
U S
Gravastar
Positive Power of Negative Thinking
Go Away Sally Mae
Mikey TV
In Praise of Folly

(All songs by Stephen Hammill except See Level and U S by Benjamin Coia)

Reviews:
“Life of Pi deliver an album full of sing-along goodness that gets even better with time. Highly recommended” –Punk Planet Magazine, Issue 59.

“13 raw but sweet, familiar but fresh, ironic but sincere tracks comprise one hell of an accomplished and addictive debut.” –Weekly Planet, Volume 16, #26

“Quirky lyrics and buoyant arrangementsan infectious brand of alternative pop/rock. All in all, a wonderful breath of alternative nostalgia.” – Ryan Hoffer-Shut Eye Records

Download Sunrise with Seamonsters on iTunes

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