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With a bold, bombastic sound that seemingly took its cues from U2 and Kings of Leon, Mona began making waves in 2010. The band had formed several years prior in Dayton, Ohio, where it performed for three years before moving to Nashville in 2007. Despite receiving attention from several record executives -- including Rick Rubin, who flew the band to L.A. two months into its Nashville residency to play a show at the Roxie -- Mona remained independent. The group eventually partnered with former Suede manager Saul Galpern and began releasing a slow trickle of melodic, anthemic rock songs, relying on the Internet to spread the music while maintaining a relatively low profile. Mona began to gain traction in the U.K. after making an appearance on Later... with Jools Holland in 2010, and with their stock on the rise, they went into the studio the following year with Muse and Foo Fighters producer Rich Costey. Their eponymous full-length debut arrived later that year. In 2013, the band returned with its sophomore effort, Torches & Pitchforks. ~ Andrew Leahey
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  1.   Song
  2.   Listen to Your Love
  3.   Lean Into the Fall
  4.   Lines in the Sand
  5.   Trouble on the Way
  6.   Shooting the Moon
  7.   Goons (Baby, I Need It All)
  8.   Teenager
  9.   Alibis
  10.   Bones
  11.   In the Middle
  12.   L.L.L.
  13.   Cross The Line
  14.   Torches & Pitchforks
  15.   Don't Cry
  16.   Darlin
  17.   Truth
  18.   Wasted
  19.   I Seen
  20.   The Tally
  21.   Say You Will
  22.   Don't Shave My Coin
  23.   Cloak and Dagger
  24.   Love Divine
  25.   Walter (Interlude)
  26.   Intro
  27.   Pavement
  28.   Taboo Lights
  29.   Boy Mek It Bun
  30.   Us & Them
  31.   Freeway
  32.   Me Under
  33.   Judas
  34.   Like You Do
  35.   Ain't It Sick
  36.   Late Night

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