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Japandroids short-listed for ECHO Songwriting Prize

Japandroids short-listed for ECHO Songwriting Prize

by Kris De Souza, 13 September 2012

Awards season is stepping up with nominations left, right and centre - but for now lets focus on Canada and the ECHO Songwriting Prize - for which 405 favourites Japandroids are nominated (for 'The House That Heaven Built').

Joining Japandroids on the list are Kathleen Edwards, Dan Mangan, John K Samron and Sloan. We’ve lined up all the videos below for you to check out for yourselves. The winner will be announced on the 19th October

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