From Indian Lakes Stream Album2012-11-08 by jcurry094 | 10 Comments
|Yosemite, CA-based indie rock band From Indian Lakes stream their new album "Able Bodies" on their website |
less than a week before it is to be released to the public.
Front man Joey Vannucchi posted on their facebook page earlier today:
"It has been the craziest couple of years in any of our lives. We finally finished tracking a new record, went on
some incredible tours all over the United States, and met and talked to every label who had ever been
interested in what we do. I can't express to you the way i feel knowing that we havent released an album since
2009 and now the time has finally come to show everyone once again something that came straight from our
brains and hearts. This record means so much to us, and i can't believe we get to finally share it with you after
everything it has gone through. Upon making the difficult decision to remain independent for this release we
realize that the only way anyone will hear it is if our fans spread the word. We don't have the money to pay for
a ton of ads or well connected PR. It is only if you join us in our passion about this art and share it with
everyone that we can continue to do what we do. With that being said, we are impatient and cant wait till the
record is available next week. So we have decided to just let you hear it now."
The album will be released on November 13th.
Listen to it here:
Tagged: From Indian Lakes
And it rules!
Digging: Kyson - The Water's Way
Totally overshadowed by the Koi no Yokan Stream, but I'm definitely going to listen to this.
Is it as good as their first?
It's amazing. I love it. It doesn't feel as complete as their first, but they definitely improved and the production quality is so much better.
Will check this out, love their other stuff.
It's just as good if not better than their first release. You all should check out my review ;)
Definitely a very solid release.
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