Broken Social Scene live @ Mandela Hall, Belfast

They say less is more. Obviously ‘they’ hadn’t seen Broken Social Scene. I quickly ran out of fingers trying to count exactly how many individuals comprise this rampaging Canadian horde. But, hey, let’s not worry about quantifying the experience, it’s the quality that counts, right?

They say less is more. Obviously ‘they’ hadn’t seen...

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