File under Bands Named After Smiths Songs: Girl in a Coma, 8 at Fat City. $10. “While Nina is often referred to as "the female version of Morrissey," the band as a whole has been compared to The Smiths, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, and the Pixies. Drawing from these influences (the band's name, Girl in a ... More >>
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