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Blue Echoes of a Calm City

Thursday 19th April / presented by Casey McLean

Melbourne band City Calm Down's second album Echoes in Blue is finally here, after a lengthy writing process during weekends away in the countryside, in between juggling work and life commitments. The result is a full-length of 12 tracks that meld 80s new wave with modern indie pop influences.

Wednesday Drivetime's Casey McLean jumped on the phone with singer and guitarist Jack Bourke to hear about what inspired and went into the making of Echoes in Blue. 

Casey started off by asking Jack how it felt to finally have Echoes in Blue released.

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