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***Following their long-awaited studio debut You Win Some, You Loser (Sophomore Lounge, 2010), Chicago's favorite skateshop pop quartet ANIMAL CITY is back on wax with their follow-up full-length, See You In The Funny Pages. Though two and a half years without a proper record might seem like a healthy hunk of downtime, don't let the calendar fool you. The boys have been busy. Since first forming their creative kinship nearly 7 years ago, key songwriters SAL CASSATO and DAKOTA LOESCH have knocked out a dozen-or-so collections of lo-fi, homegrown, harmonious rock jams ranging in style from stoner/loner acoustic wayfaring to full-on, funked-up and jazzed-out anthems, not to mention an impressively prolific and ever-growing catalog of videos, visuals, and performative/site-specific installations to date. While You Win Some brought them out of the bedroom and into the attic (where they recorded the album on the top floor of a Pilsen apartment), Funny Pages takes them out of the city and into the lakehouse—a family-owned cabin in South Haven, MI where the album was both blurrily conceptualized and ambitiously executed over the course of an extended visit.