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The Paper Cranes - Rabbit In A Snare

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Uploaded on May 21, 2009

Ryan McCullagh - Vocals, Harmonica, Guitar
Miranda Roach - Keyboard,Melodica
Braeden Paterson - Guitar
Jeff Mitchelmore - Drums
Alex Bodman - Bass
The Paper Cranes are a husband and wife indie-pop band from Victoria, British Columbia whose specialty is crafting infectiously melodic pop songs with heart-wrenching lyrics that make you want to dance until you pass out and cry into your pillow at the very same time.
The band is fronted by multi-instrumentalist, Ryan McCullagh with his wife, Miranda Roach on the keyboards. The domestic duo is joined by Braeden Paterson on the guitar with the rhythm section being comprised of Jeff Mitchelmore and Alex Bodman on the drums and bass guitar, respectively. The five young musicians have won a sizable fan-base in their hometown and abroad with their vibrant live performance and rather dashing wardrobes.
During the 3 years that The Paper Cranes have been active they have supported bands like Pretty Girls Make Graves, Wolf Parade, Islands, and The Walkmen amongst many others and have been showcased at Pop Montreal as well as Toronto's North by Northeast Music Festival. Their single, " I'll Love You Until My Veins Explode" was given a four star rating by Pitchforkmedia.com and the CBC has named them one of the 10 bands to watch in 2008 alongside Crystal Castles and Tokyo Police Club. Their 2008 full-length album, Halcyon Days, has enjoyed a considerable run on college radio charts and songs from the album will be featured prominently in episodes of the new Comedy Network series, House Party. A song from the album has also been featured in a Nissan television commercial.

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