Check out a new song titled "Through The Fire" from Michigan alt-rock band Signals. It's a stripped down re-imagining of the track, which initially appeared on the band's self-titled EP earlier this year. If you dig the sounds of Mae or Copeland, then give this a listen in the replies.
Brighton's Signals have something pretty swell going on musically, falling somewhere between Deas Vail, Mae, and Search The City. The band's debut album is releasing on January 21, but we've got "Trumpets" today - go enjoy that in the replies and pre-order their record via BandCamp.
Misery Signals has posted the song "One Day I'll Stay Home" on Myspace. The song features guest vocals from Fall Out Boy's Patrick Stump and is on the bands upcoming album, Mirrors, which is out on the 22nd of this month.
We now have a brand new Misery Signals track called "Migrate" available for stream at their AP.net profille. We have also made the track "Post Collapse" available for download. Be sure to pick up Mirrors on August 22nd (pre-order).
We now have a brand new Misery Signals song called "Post Collapse" streaming on their AP.net profile. The song is taken from the bands upcoming album, Mirrors, which is out on August 22nd, but can be pre-ordered right here. Also, we will have another new song from the album streaming this coming up Tuesday.
Misery Signals has parted ways with vocalist Jesse Zaraska. The band is currently seeking a replacement; if you are interested, head over to Misery Signal's MySpace page, download the instrumental version "Summary Of What I Am," add your own vocals, and submit the recording to firstname.lastname@example.org.