The Common Practice find themselves nestled in a charming corner of the musical terrain, a place that, on the first spin at least, strikes a chord with a poised pop and mellow rock sensibility. They’re all about melody over muscle, elegance over excess. Yet, if you bend your ear a bit closer, you’ll discover that beneath the surface, these familiar sounds rest upon a foundation of more classical and orchestral influences…

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