Los Angeles-primarily based rock band Snowball ii have premiered a new song in the kind of “Lost in Juarez,” a heady piece of noisy-shoegaze that meanders on the edge of Jackson Wargo’s droning. The song is off the band’s upcoming record Eaton Super 10 and writhes with a type of unmitigated angst and lucidness—interluded heavily with crashing guitar-percussion cascades—that tends to make it a dreamy mess of emotion. The record of which “Lost in Juarez” is apart of promises to be a collection of discerning small worlds, every in some way inspired by the artwork of street artist Steve ESPO Powers.
“I initially wrote ‘Lost in Juarez’ for a collection of songs primarily based on some of Stephen Powers’ paintings. As I was writing, the songs much more or much less wrote themselves into a quantity of other projects, one particular of which is Eaton Super 10. I was capable to have Stephen Powers do the cover art for Eaton Super 10, so I guess he essentially ended up performing a painting primarily based on songs I wrote, as an alternative of the other way about.”
Listen to “Lost in Juarez” under!
Snowball ii will be playing a record release show for Eaton Super 10 at the Resident in Los Angeles on May possibly four. The album itself is out April 12. Go to the band’s internet site and Facebook to remain updated on future releases and tour announcements.