From Indian Lakes have signed to Triple Crown Records. The band will begin recording their label debut in early 2014. The label also announced there will be a vinyl re-issue of Able Bodies in October.
“We are excited to announce that we have signed to Triple Crown Records. We have always been a DIY kind of band and that isn't changing now. Releasing Able Bodies on our own was incredible, but there were some things that we felt could have been better for our fans, and partnering with Triple Crown is going to make the next release even more special. They are also a label that supports artistic freedom, which is what's most important to us and hopefully everyone who supports us. Looking...
Hear, "Swing Set, the first song from Moving Mountains' upcoming self-titled album in the replies. The band will release each song, in order, via live videos. Moving Mountains releases on September 10 via Triple Crown Records.
In the spring of 2013, we made our way back to Telegraph Recording with producer Mike Kalajian to perform, and record our new record live. We also enlisted our friends Sean Gallagher, and Rob Pizzolato to help film it. Instead of releasing a single, or actual album tracks - our plan is release a new video every few days (in the order of the album) leading up to the release on September 10th. Here's the first video, entitled "Swing Set".
01) New North-Side Air
02) Spinning Thread
03) A Curse Worth Believing
04) Spatial Exploration
05) Favor & Fiction
06) The Shaking Of Leaves
07) Upstate Blues
08) No Amount Of Sound
09) A Pair Of Matching Taxi Rides
10) Obsessive Compulsive Distraction
11) Your Antique Organ
12) Contractual Obligation
Moving Mountains will release their new self-titled album on September 10 via Triple Crown Records. The band has released the "intro" via their Telegraph Sessions - check it out in the replies, along with album art.
01) Swing Set
02) Burn Pile
05) Eastern Leaves
07) Under A Falling Sky
We're happy to announce that the guys from Moving Mountains, O'Brother and Caspian will be chatting on the website tomorrow at 8pm EST. Feel free to stop by and ask the guys about their latest albums, the new tour and more. Don't forget about our vinyl contest we posted about yesterday as well.
Today we are proud to reveal the details behind Moving Mountains' Triple Crown Records debut, titled Waves. The album drops everywhere on May 10th. Head to the replies for album art, tracklisting and a short press release.
Fireworks are currently on the road with The Swellers, Man Overboard and Transit for their "All We Have Left To Offer Is This Tour tour", and Triple Crown Records is giving away a CD, LP and poster signed by the band. All you have to do is write on the Triple Crown Records Facebook wall about your upcoming or past show to enter, and one winner will be chosen on Monday, August 23 at 6 p.m. ET. You can enter here.
Help Triple Crown Records get to 1,000 fans on Facebook, and you could win an original vinyl test pressing of As Tall As Lions' You Can't Take It With You. For all you vinyl nerds out there, only four were ever made. Be the envy of your friends.
In this video for purevolume, The Gay Blades explore all the fine tourist traps of Los Angeles. Additionally, the band has finalized a load of tour dates for the rest of 2008 - read 'em in the replies.
The Gay Blades are playing Seattle, WA for the first time tonight, Sunday, Nov. 2nd, at Nectar Lounge. You could attend - for free - if you can tend your syllables and have a knack for poetry. Find contest details at the band's myspace.
Fight Fair have signed to Triple Crown Records and will re-release their Settle the Score EP (with three new songs) on November 18th in the US, and December 3rd in Japan (through In N Out Records.) The band have also begun work on their full-length, due in 2009. Check out a new track entitled "Pop Rocks" on their myspace, and peep their new promo photo in our gallery.
At tonight's Triple Crown Anniversary Show, Brand New played Your Favorite Weapon in its entirety, although substituted "Moshi Moshi" in the place of "Seventy Times 7". Oh, and then they played "Seventy Times 7" in the encore.