New track! Luke Sneyd's "Wheels Come Off"


8 dec 2008, 16:50

I'm Luke Sneyd, a Toronto-based musician. My first record, All of Us Cities, came out about a year-and-a-half ago, and it's been snaking its melodious way around the world like a packet bouncing from node to node (wow, that's one geeky analogy...).

Recently I've been in the studio with my band, recording our next EP. After six months of work, the songs are mixed, mastered and put to bed. The boys and I are pretty pleased with the results, five massive tracks to pummel your brains with a barrage of repeated sonic epiphanies. Hence the title the Salvo EP...

Still a mess of work to be done, the artwork rigamarole, pressing and other release options like download cards, which a lot of bands are using as a cheaper alternative to producing CDs. (Editorial aside: would you be more likely to buy a CD, or a digital download?) Expect the full EP to surface early on in the new year.

In the meantime, because sharing is a good and righteous thing to do, the lead track "Wheels Come Off" is available now for streaming and download at MySpace and ReverbNation. It's a bit of a soaring, brilliant beast, a six-minute slab of all the new band can do. Check it out, and let us know what you think! Plenty more to come....


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