With baritone vocals and gaudy anti-pop crescendos, the post punk band I Like Trains creates a brooding brand of alternative music. Known for using social issues as inspiration, the band earned critical acclaim for its bold and thoughtful commentary on human history on its debut record Elegies to Lessons Learnt. I Like Trains continues to use music as a means for sharing commentary on the human condition, offering an examination of man's relationship to technology on its 2012 album, The Shallows.
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