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The Good Life: Take me for all I am

The Good Life | The Borderline | 20 February 2016

When The Good Life last played London, Bush and Brown were in charge, the first iPhone and final Harry Potter book had just come out, and the world’s best-selling album was by Avril Lavigne.

So when the band return to The Borderline for the first time since 4 December 2007, there’s much catching up to do. ‘Lovers Need Lawyers’ from 2004’s ‘Album Of The Year’ and 2007’s ‘You Don’t Feel Like Home To Me’ are instant refreshers, before frontman Tim Kasher apologises.

“We haven’t been here in a long time.”

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‘Everybody’s Coming Down’ to The Good Life

The Good Life are heading back to the UK for the first time in nine years.

The band, featuring Tim Kasher of Cursive, play The Borderline in London on 20 February 2016 as part of an extended European tour in support of their latest album, ‘Everybody’s Coming Down’.

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