“This is a real creative jump from some of our earlier material.”
It’s also their longest album to date.
Heathcliff Beru has apologised and resigned stating he’s going to get treatment for drug and alcohol abuse.
New York City’s Governors Ball has just dropped its lineup announcement for the 2014 instalment of the festival and it’s a corker – apart from the previously announced Outkast, this year’s festivities will be graced by Jack White, The Strokes, Vampire Weekend, Phoenix and TV on the Radio. Wowzers. If that wasn’t enough for you,
After starting the rumour mill swirling late last week, Sleigh Bells have officially announced their new album, Bitter Rivals, and they’re celebrating by unveiling the first single, also called Bitter Rivals, in video form. Two albums in, Sleigh Bells’ people have obviously learned that these cats know what’s up, allowing the band to direct the
There’s a been a fair bit of talk about a new release from Brooklyn noise pop duo Sleigh Bells and now we’ve got some almost official confirmation, with a leaked listing on Amazon suggesting that album number three from the outfit, Bitter Rivals, will be released on 7th October in the UK. The page has
Big Day Out 2013 is so close that you can almost taste it, and with that comes the plethora of sideshows featuring headlining love from a huge chunk of the bill. It will be an awesome time if you’re holding tickets to some or even one of them, not so much if you ain’t –
The noise-pop Brooklyn-based duo Sleigh Bells are no strangers to Australia. We had a chat to them ahead of their appearance at the Big Day Out. When asked where the name ‘Sleigh Bells’ came from, guitarist Derek Miller explained: “It is something that I started writing on CDRs when I was first putting out demos.
After having only released their second album in February this year, Sleigh Bells have been quick to get back into the studio, gearing up to support Reign of Terror with a third release next year. In an expansive interview with The Huffington Post, the two-piece revealed details about their ambitious future plans. In the interview,
Well what do we have here? Yet another Big Day Out sideshow coming by way of popular two-piece Sleigh Bells. The Brooklyn based duo released their second lp Reign of Terror in February and will be unleashing their new material on Australian audiences as part of the Big Day Out and two special I OH
Alternative electroish rockers the Sleigh Bells premiered a cover of Beyonce’s Irreplaceable when speaking with BBC’s Zane Lowe yesterday.
In a recent interview with triple j’s Tom & Alex, Sleigh Bells producer Derek Miller has said that their new album, Reign Of Terror will see the two piece visiting Australia, not once, but twice.
Noise-pop rockers, Sleigh Bells, have performed two songs on Saturday Night Live yesterday, first performing single Comeback Kid and then performing End Of The Line, which you can watch below. The tracks are taken from their second album Reign Of Terror, which takes a different spin on the normal Sleigh Bells formula, with a heavier
Noise-pop rockers, Sleigh Bells, have released a video for new track Comeback Kid. This track is taken from their second album, and if it’s anything to go by, it’s shaping up to be one hell of an album. Set to be released in June this year, the album, Reign Of Terror, features “songs that are
The ever so different ‘noise-pop’ rockers, Sleigh Bells, have released an awesome new track dubbed Comeback Kid. This is our first look at their second album, and if this track is anything to go by, this is going to be one hell of an album. Taking a different spin on the normal Sleigh Bells formula,
Sleigh Bells will release their sophomore album, titled Reign of Terror, on the 20th February. the highly anticipated follow up to 2010’s Treats, which combined of genres, sounds, and dynamics was simply unprecedented. Upon releasing Treats into the world, Sleigh Bells quickly became the most exciting new band to emerge from their hometown of New
Brooklyn’s eardrum-pulverizing duo Sleigh Bells have revealed they are working on the follow-up to their acclaimed 2010 debut album, Treats.
Part 1 – Winding up their Australian tour, Derek and Alexis of New York noise pop outfit Sleigh Bells joined Mizz Clarence backstage at The Forum Theatre in Sydney to chat about naked poolside photos, smelly cheese, earplugs, strategically placed body tape, and impending follow ups… [mfaudio track=sleighbellspart01.mp3] Part 2 – With just two (and