It's been more than six years since Snowden's debut album, Anti-Anti , was released. In that time, the force behind the band, Jordan Jeffares , says he's moved from Atlanta to Chicago to Brooklyn to Austin. Now Jeffares is close to releasing his second album as Snowden, No One In Control , this May. Listen to a single from the album, Keep Quiet, below. Here's a Snowden video, The Beat Comes , from last year
Georgia band Snowden will make their full-length return at the start of 2013 with a new album entitled No One In Control . It'll be released on Serpents And Snakes Records on January 22nd, and will feature the track "The Beat Comes," which you can listen to and watch below. The clip features lots of boxing, running, and kicking over washing machines. Should your appetite for more versions of the track suddenly appear, then you're in luck as if you head over to Beatport then you can listen to and buy a whole bunch of remixes along [...]
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Six years after their last album, Snowden return s with new video "The Beat Comes," catering to our fascination with athletic narratives and a buoyant beat to match.
Snowden has been away too long. Six years after their album "Anti-Anti" made the band a favorite among last decade's batch of brooding post-punk stylists, songwriter/guitarist Jordan Jeffares and crew have re-emerged. Recently signed to Kings of Leon's Serpents & Snakes imprint, Snowden has a new album, "No One in Control," en route in the fall. The single "The Beat Comes" isn't quite as shoegazey as past work, but it still packs a punch — as does John Merizalde's video, filmed at the Decaatur Boxing Club and various locations around Atlanta.
Jordan Jeffares, aka Snowden, has just signed to Kings of Leon's Serpents & Snakes Records and will release his new sophomore album, No One In Control this fall. The new Snowden album is the long awaited follow-up to his debut, Anti-Anti, from 2006. Snowden has released the first single, "The Beat Comes" from [...]
Snowden - “The Beat Comes”. Snowden’s newest record, “No One In Control”, is out this fall on Serpents & Snakes
Snowden first broke on to the indie scene in 2006 with Anti Anti (one of our favorite records of that year). The follow up hasn't been quick to follow. But come this fall, the sophomore full length No One In Control will finally arrives via Serpents and Snakes Records. Want a taste? Check out the video above for "The Beat Comes." Tour dates are below. Snowden tour dates: 7/25 - Washington, DC - DC9 7/26 - Chapel Hill, NC - Local 506 7/28 - [...]
Kings of Leon 's Serpents & Snakes Records are excited to announce that they have signed Snowden , the moniker of Austin, TX-based Jordan Jeffares . Formed in Atlanta in 2003, Snowden released its first full-length album, Anti-Anti , in 2006 via Jade Tree, which was praised by Pitchfork for its "crisply efficient songcraft" and "stylish post-punk." In February 2012, Jordan recorded his much delayed sophomore album, No One In Control , in the Benton Harbor, MI-studio of Bill Skibbe (The Kills, Jacuzzi Boys). [...]
Hace varios años atrás me inscribí en una página que se llamaba iLike, que era como LastFm, pero fome. Lo simpático era que se podía interactuar con más gente y recomendaban muchas bandas similares a lo que escuchaba. Un día me topé con Snowden y empecé a buscar temas de ellos, y el 2007 estuve bien pegada con su disco "Anti-Anti" (2006, Jade Tree Records). Los encontraba piolas pero igual rockeros. Pues bien, este año van a editar otro disco "No One [...]
Snowden - No One In Control Snowden unveiled the official video for "The Beat Comes" yesterday. Watch the video, directed by John Merizalde and shot in-and-around Atlanta, in this post. Snowden - "The Beat Comes" from stereogum on Vimeo . Details about the band's new album can be found here . The band is in the midst of a mini-tour during the next few weeks. Tour Dates 7/24 - New York, NY - Mercury Lounge [...]
Eu pensava que nunca mais iria ouvir falar dos norte-americanos Snowden, mas de repente a surpresa bate à porta e eis quando não, por um simples clic no rato, entra-te pela casa dentro algo que se chama "The Beat Comes", este vibrante dance-rock em forma de single, saído no passado dia 18. Após o álbum de estreia dos Snowden, 'Anti-Anti' (2006), nada mais por ali se passou à excepção de um
I dont know a lot about boxing but I believe it has something to do with getting your face punched in and possibly getting broken ribs and brain damage. So kudos to the director of this video for making it look so nice. I would still steer clear of it as a career path though. Try football, they at least give you a helmet and a class action lawsuit after you retire... to go along with your brain damage.
Yes! Snowden are back. Here's the video for "The Beat Comes", off the upcoming release of No One In Control , out in Sept. via Kings of Leon label Serpents&Snakes. Look for the band on the road this month and the next (dates below). Snowden - "The Beat Comes" from stereogum on Vimeo . 07/24 – New York, NY @ Mercury Lounge 07/25 – Washington, DC @ DC 9 07/26 – -Chapel Hill, NC @ Local 506 07/28 – Atlanta, [...]
- "The Beat Comes" music video by Snowden - Added on 23-07-2012 - Genre : Rock & Alternative - Description : Directed by John Merizalde (johnmerizalde.com) Cinematography by David Torcivia (davidtorcivia.com) Production Company: Black Tie Division (blacktiedivision.com) Starring: Tristan Boswell, Quint Scott, Johnjay Fitih, Howard “Akil” Palmer Producers: Brandon McCormick, John Merizalde Unit Production Manager: Amor Owens Production Design: Dustin Fletcher Gaffer: Jake Ures Steadicam: [...]
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Georgia-born Jordan Jeffares slipped out an EP two years ago , but that stopgap aside, his project Snowden has been in a gestational phase since its 2006 debut LP Anti-Anti . They are finally back, with a new record No One In Control, due this fall on Kings Of Leon's label Serpents & Snakes. It's an interesting choice for Snowden on aesthetic grounds, and a good one if they're yearning for the Big Time. Between Kings Of Leon's connects, and Snowden's emotional and rousing dance-rock, it could work out well for everyone. Lead single The Beat [...]