Ontario rock duo PS I Love You release the hypnotising video for 'Princess Towers'; a single taken from their dark second album 'Death Dreams' out this week on Paperbag Records (Young Galaxy, Born Ruffians, The Acorn, Winter Gloves, Woodhands, Slim Twig, CFCF and Sally Shapiro).
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Kingston, Ontario has spawned its fair share of musical talent, some of them known mainly in Canada, such as The Tragically Hip and Canadian Idols' Ryan Malcolm, and some have risen to international acclaim, Bryan Adams and to a lesser extent Bedouin Soundclash. It is also a renowned hub of intellect, famed for its well-established universities, making the student haunts of the city a comparatively essential stop off for touring groups making the journey between Montreal and Toronto. So with all of these local influences floating around it is interesting to hear what the debut effort from PS I Love You has to offer. Here's a clue, it doesn't sound like 'Everything I Do (I Do It For You).'
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Linkin Park have returned to America's Billboard Chart following the tragic suicide of their frontman Chester Bennington last week.