Here's Snowmine's Frosted New Track, "Saucer Eyes"By Noisey Staff
See those guys up there? They're a band that's getting us really excited at the end of the day - they're called Snowmine, and they formed last year when Brooklyn buddies Jay Goodman, Alex Beckmann, and Grayson Sanders decided that they were sick of their jazz and classical upbringings and wanted to make some good old-fashioned catchy pop music. They added Austin Mendenhall and Calvin Pia on guitars, played a few shows, and then self-released their first record, Laminate Pet Animal. That was about a year ago - they just sent us their new single, "Saucer Eyes," and it's damn good. Check it out below:
If you live in New York, you can see the band headline the Deli Magazine's unfortunately named music festival, N.Y.C.B.E.A.F. - that's New York City Best Emerging Artists Festival, and if you can look past the name, there's a bunch of great bands playing. The festival lasts from May 23 to May 26, with Snowmine playing that last day. You can get all the info you need right here. There's also rumors of a video for this track coming out, so keep your eyes peeled.
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