The 2nd single from the Acid House Kings upcoming album, ‘Music Sounds Better With You’ (due out 3/22), has been leaked. The title is ‘Would You Stay Stop?’ and was chosen by a fan vote earlier this month. This track features the sugar sweet vocals of Julia Lannerheim and a catchy pop hook. Would you expect any less from the album that claims will not redefine pop music, but define it? LISTEN above or DOWNLOAD below.
MP3: Would You Say Stop?
Also, check out our earlier post, regarding Music Sounds Better With You
The Sundays were an influential British indie group that first came on the scene in 1990. Harriet Wheeler and guitarist David Gavurin formed the band in college at bristol, soon adding bassist Paul Brindley and drummer Patrick Hannan. Their level of commercial success was almost unprecedented by an indie act when their first album ‘Reading Writing and Arithmetic’ debuted in the British charts at number 4, (even cracking the US Top 40) with little publicity. This now seminal album also featured the single ‘Here’s Where The Story Ends’ and other classic indie pop tunes ‘Skin & Bones’, ‘Hideous Towns’ and ‘I Kicked A Boy’. After releasing two more follow-ups the band decided to go into hiatus to dedicate their time to family. Here’s hoping that it won’t be the last we hear from them!
Yesterday the Acid House Kings released the cover to their upcoming album, ‘Music Sounds Better With You’, set for release on March 22nd. They also released their first single to the masses a while back, ‘Are We Lovers Or Are We Friends?’. For those of us who adored their last album, ‘Sing Along With Acid House Kings’, this is definitely one of the most anticipated releases of the year, as it promises to pick up where the last one left off. If the single and samples are any indication, ‘Music Sounds Better With You’ promises to be a warm, friendly, hook-filled, Swedish pop delight!
If you haven’t had the chance yet, be sure to download the single from Labrador Records!
While you’re at it, you can also help the band choose the next single by visiting their website. But you better hurry – voting ends on Wednesday, February 9th! You can pre-order the album there as well.
More About The Artist
Au Revoir Simone is an indie pop band from Brooklyn, New York that formed in late 2003. The group consists of Erika Forster (vocals/keyboard), Annie Hart (vocals/keyboard), and Heather D’Angelo (vocals/drum machine/keyboard).
The band name comes from a minor character in Tim Burton’s Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure.
A mini-album ‘Verses of Comfort, Assurance, and Salvation’ was followed in early 2007 by ‘The Bird of Music’, on the Moshi Moshi label, and recently released album, “Still Night, Still Light”.