|Sixpence None the Richer News|
2012-05-17 by AsoTamaki | 17 Replies | 2054 Views
On August 7, Sixpence None the Richer will be releasing new music. Originally titled Strange Conversation and rumored for release since 2010, Lost in Transition is the band's first full-length recording of original material since 2002's Divine Discontent.
The Nashville-based band broke into the mainstream with "Kiss Me" and had a number of successful hits before core members Leigh Nash and Matt Slocum temporarily parted ways in 2004. Inspired by many events during the years away, the two have reunited to write a collection of songs that retains the Sixpence familiarity while exploring new lyrical themes.
Perez Hilton (yes, Perez Hilton) is exclusively streaming the first new song from Lost in Transition. "Radio" can be listened to here:
More info on the band and upcoming album (tracklisting, cover artwork) can be viewed here:
I'm not sure songs about 8 years working in bars is enough to fill an album
inb4 KISS MEEEE
Digging: Thank You Scientist - Maps of Non-Existent Places
I'm eternally in lust for Leigh Nash.
gonna probably suck.
Digging: Waxahatchee - American Weekend
Sputnik collectively blows its load
Digging: Mount Eerie - Pre-Human Ideas
you wear those shoes and I will wear that dress
gonna probably suck.Nah, it's on par with the self-titled.
Digging: Gucci Mane - World War 3, Vol. 1: Lean
andcas once again proving he leads a sad and meaningless life itt
"andcas once again proving he leads a sad and meaningless life itt"
or I've accepted the fact not many great 90's bands stay that way.
Their Crowded House cover isn't bad either.
New Found Glory cover > SPNTR
Digging: Dangerous Toys - Hellacious Acres
as much as I love NFG and the cover I'd say both are tied.
Song is alright. Was excited about the news though