Constantines - Shine a Light (2003)
In the latest episode of Columbia House Party, hosts Jake Goldsbie and Blake Murphy are joined by Arkells frontman Max Kerman (@arkellsmusic) to discuss Shine A Light, the 2003 sophomore album from Constantines. The Cons had a huge influence on Max and his bandmates, and this episode allows us to explore how influences make their way into a band’s sound, consciously and subconsciously. Find out more about The Cons’ 519 roots, how their legendary live shows helped build a following, and why some great bands stay a kept Canadian secret on this week’s podcast.
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