Caleb McAlpine Posts New Demo

2012-05-31 by El. Psy. Congroo. | 23 Comments
Scottish/Mexican-Canadian alternative indie folk rock artist Caleb McAlpine has released a demo for new song called "Too Soon," featuring Jaime Nobile. The song is off his upcoming, as-of-yet untitled EP, expected (hoped) to be released in September. McAlpine spoke of the new EP saying, "[I'm] working on getting as many different vocalists and musicians involved to make it as little about me as possible. [It's] way more fun collaborating."

The demo can be heard on Soundcloud:

http://soundcloud.com/caleb-mcalpine/too-soon-demo

Tagged: Caleb McAlpine

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Yazz_Flute
May 31st 2012
18929 Comments


sux

coneren
May 31st 2012
11111 Comments


yeah this is terrible

Emim
May 31st 2012
26717 Comments


WAOOOOOOOIIIRRRRRRRRRRRRRR


COME OUT AND PLAAAAAYYYYYYYYYYEEEEEAAAAAYYYYYYY

Yazz_Flute
May 31st 2012
18929 Comments


On a serious note this actually really good, but we already knew Caleb was too talented to continue being a regular on sputnik. ;)

MO
May 31st 2012
19851 Comments


sweeeeet waior rules

Tyrael
May 31st 2012
21003 Comments


Wow is this actually Waior

Aids
May 31st 2012
24184 Comments


Caleb is my boiiiiiiiiiii. We're gonna chill hard either this summer in England or back home in BC. can't listen to this but I assume it's great, like all his stuff.

PistolPete
May 31st 2012
3786 Comments


It's nice, guys got a great set of pipes. Not my thing though. Was half-expecting Waior to submit this news.

ThunderNeutral21
May 31st 2012
3864 Comments


Scottish/Mexican-Canadian alternative indie folk rock artist Scottish/Mexican-Canadian alternative indie folk rock artist Scottish/Mexican-Canadian alternative indie folk rock artist Scottish/Mexican-Canadian alternative indie folk rock artist

Spare
May 31st 2012
5567 Comments


artist

hahaha

DoubtGin
May 31st 2012
6772 Comments


awful

Masochist
May 31st 2012
8154 Comments


"Scottish/Mexican-Canadian alternative indie folk rock artist"

That part was a bit of a joke :-P

But yeah, this is pretty damn good.

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Ignimbrite
May 31st 2012
5753 Comments


yeeeee

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paxman
May 31st 2012
4084 Comments


Where's Waior

Oceanus
May 31st 2012
877 Comments


WAIOR!!

Spec
June 1st 2012
28855 Comments


Sweeeeet.

AlexTM510
June 1st 2012
1422 Comments


awesome

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Ire
June 1st 2012
41861 Comments


wah oh

Masochist
June 1st 2012
8154 Comments


...(first 30 seconds or so of this):

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N7bFpMleO9Y

Fieryfenderz
June 3rd 2012
1603 Comments


I enjoy his vibrato

Waior
July 13th 2012
11537 Comments


shot a video for this song

not this version

but expect it

thanks for the feedback!

Fugue
July 13th 2012
7368 Comments


what a babe.

WeepingBanana
July 13th 2012
10358 Comments


i remember one time waior played guitar on tinychat

let's just say the room filed with my sexual fluids in a matter of seconds



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