Canadian indie-rock musical 'collective' Broken Social Scene has anywhere from five to 17 members at a time. The band's oft changing lineup has included at times members of Metric, Stars and Feist. In May, the group released their fourth full-length album 'Forgiveness Rock Hard'.


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