New Explosions in the Sky Song

2011-03-08 by bronzemedal97 | 36 Comments
Texas post-rock band Explosions in the Sky has posted a new song called "Trembling Hands." The song is taken from the upcoming album Take Care, Take Care, Take Care scheduled for release on April 26.

http://www.explosionsinthesky.com/

Tagged: Explosions in the Sky

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Winsomniac
March 8th 2011
8208 Comments


Ooooh.

OutOfMyself
March 8th 2011
688 Comments


OMGOMGOMGOMGOMGOMGOMGOMGOMGOMGOMGOMGOMGOMGOMGOMGOMG

letsgofishing
March 8th 2011
940 Comments


Sounds like an explosion in the sky song...

Leatherneck
March 8th 2011
674 Comments


a really short song but it was ok

thebhoy
Emeritus
March 8th 2011
4461 Comments


sounds like an explosions in the sky song...

Josh D.
March 8th 2011
13995 Comments


Not in the mood to put in e-mail address for it.

Knott-
Emeritus
March 8th 2011
10198 Comments


like song an sky explosions the sounds in

Josh D.
March 8th 2011
13995 Comments


That's like in Beavis and Butthead Do America when Robert Stack's character tells his partner not to end a sentence with a preposition.

hesperus
March 8th 2011
527 Comments


Sounds like they're trying really hard to escape ...Cold Dead Place.

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lachis
March 8th 2011
240 Comments


ohhhh shiiiiiiiiiiiiiit

Josh D.
March 8th 2011
13995 Comments


Not bad.

JarethCutestory
March 8th 2011
546 Comments


It's not Jordan Knight but it will do.

DarkNoctus
March 8th 2011
9627 Comments


not impressed

band are overrated as hell anyway

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letsgofishing
March 8th 2011
940 Comments


Earth is not a cold dead place is brilliant

but you can only recreate a formula so many times...

hesperus
March 8th 2011
527 Comments


You mean once?

Winsomniac
March 8th 2011
8208 Comments


Eh, the song is fun. I find it enjoyable, if less than pants-shittingly unforgettable.

hesperus
March 8th 2011
527 Comments


I like it too, and I'll probably download the album, but it'll probably be too in between Cold Dead
Place and not-Cold Dead Place.

Gbhill
March 8th 2011
122 Comments


meh...not really digging it and i've loved just about everything else they've done...

Aids
March 9th 2011
24256 Comments


ulkj hasfgioaewrh why wont these assholes just play Sasquatch 2011?

hellpickle
March 9th 2011
125 Comments


Seems the same case when Sigur Ros released their last album and featured 'Gobbledigook'. Kinda short, faster pace. Only this one isn't catchy.

Seems like EITS, but kinda misses the "GENIUS!!!11" it had in the previous records. Not a bad track, but pretty below their average stuff imho

North0House2
March 9th 2011
5942 Comments


I listened to So Long, Lonesome, in the car as I was driving home late tonight. I live in the middle of nowhere, kind of... So, it's dark and I was alone on the roads for awhile. I turned my lights on low, drove with it on full blast with the windows down as it was snowing... Sort of unreal.
I also know how to play Your Hand in Mine on the piano... I'm kinda an EITS fan.
But, I'm not sure if this album will feel like too much of the same for me. We'll have to see.

North0House2
March 9th 2011
5942 Comments


I quite enjoyed that. It was just new enough for me. I liked the faster pace.

LiquidVelvet
March 9th 2011
628 Comments


I liked All Of A Sudden more than Cold Dead Place, but this still rules.

RedSky
March 9th 2011
305 Comments


http://pitchfork.com/news/41796-new-explosions-in-the-sky-trembling-hands/

Direct stream.

Liking this style more than their older albums.

Voytek
March 9th 2011
140 Comments


I bet it sounds like the same damn thing as always



coleba
March 9th 2011
788 Comments


Pretty boring.

ConsiderPhlebas
March 9th 2011
6157 Comments


Not a fan of the vocals but the rest of the song is good. The style is familiar but the pace is nothing like before.

McAlmonds
March 9th 2011
81 Comments


Ha, I love how the vinyl box can be turned into a house. That alone is worth the purchase.

Oceanus
March 9th 2011
880 Comments


Song's alright.

Grignard
March 9th 2011
127 Comments


meh

Skyler
March 9th 2011
1084 Comments


just when you thought this band couldn't get any more derivative

nash1311
March 10th 2011
1758 Comments


"Not a fan of the vocals but the rest of the song is good. The style is familiar but the pace is nothing like before."

I'm confused by this comment.

Also thought it was boring.

North0House2
March 10th 2011
5942 Comments


I didn't think it was boring... It just sounded like a more refined version of EITS, which is nice.
But, again, I am a fan of these guys, I couldn't really dislike them unless an album was an exact and utter repeat of a previous effort.

Photon
March 10th 2011
1296 Comments


not a bad song .

Pachelbel
March 10th 2011
192 Comments


Nice song.

demigod!
March 12th 2011
47955 Comments


pretty average

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