Sunday, June 18, 2006

Come Around

It's been a while since I've posted. The days have been packed full... which as I type is going to turn into the cheesiest pun since I'm literally "packing up" many things nowadays. My classroom, pieces of my apartment, and my New York City life are being packed away into boxes. Since my life has been in a whirlwind, it hasn't acutally sunk in that I'm leaving the teaching profession for a few years. Change is definitely exciting, but also scary since I feel like the only thing waiting for me is the unknown.

So, what do I do while packing boxes and spending my weekends inside putting together final grades? Revisit Snowden's The Snowden EP v.2.0. Since, you're all hepcats out there, I'm sure you have already downloaded this free EP from the band's website. However, if you still haven't added this to your staple iPod rotation, you really should. It's a simply beautifully fuzzy album with well written songs that ask you to sit a while in their melancholy. My favorite track is "Come Around," but just download the entire EP.

Snowden: Come Around

Snowden's debut album for Jade Tree will be out on August 22nd. You can pre-order the album and receive a free Snowden poster with your brand-spankin' new CD.


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