New EP from Snowden, check out ‘Don’t Really Know Me’
After releasing Anti-Anti in 2006 to much critical acclaim, Atlanta (and now also Brooklyn’s) Snowden have returned with the Slow Soft Syrup EP. The donation and digital-only 5 song teaser of the forthcoming album, Slow Soft Syrup opens with the slow-building 7 minute “No One In Control” and dovetails into a washed out sway with the EP’s first single “Don’t Really Know Me”. Following the 4 new original songs, the EP closes with a cover of Love and Rockets “No Words No More”, which was included on the L + R tribute record.
The EP is available for download in exchange of a valid email address at Snowden’s website and streamed as well at their myspace.
I really look forward to diving into this. Put this band on your radar if you’re not familiar.