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It’s been two years since The Districts stormed the scene with their critically acclaimed album A Flourish and A Spoil. The Philadelphia quartet now shares with us their first glimpse of new music. There is no question that “Ordinary Day,” their Record Store Day 7” A-side, is a major step forward and the B-side is their very personal version of Leonard Cohen’s song “Lover, Lover, Lover.”

"Ordinary Day"/"Lover Lover Lover"

It’s been two years since The Districts stormed the scene with their critically acclaimed album A Flourish and A Spoil. The Philadelphia quartet now shares with us their first glimpse of new music. There is no question that “Ordinary Day,” their Record Store Day 7” A-side, is a major step forward and the B-side is their very personal version of Leonard Cohen’s song “Lover, Lover, Lover.”

"Ordinary Day"/"Lover Lover Lover"

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It’s been two years since The Districts stormed the scene with their critically acclaimed album A Flourish and A Spoil. The Philadelphia quartet now shares with us their first glimpse of new music. There is no question that “Ordinary Day,” their Record Store Day 7” A-side, is a major step forward and the B-side is their very personal version of Leonard Cohen’s song “Lover, Lover, Lover.”

"Ordinary Day"/"Lover Lover Lover"

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