Monday, April 09, 2007

Saturday Looks Good To Me news!


Saturday Looks Good To Me

Super great awesome pop band Saturday Looks Good To Me announced this past Friday that their new record, Fill Up The Room will be released on September 11th. It will be released by K Records in the U.S. and Popfrenzy in Australia. There should also be a new video on the way sometime soon, too! Man oh man, I cannot wait for this record! No new stuff around yet, so here's one of my favorite SLGTM songs ever, "Meet me By The Water." Be excited!

[MP3]: Saturday Looks Good To Me :: Meet Me By The Water

Fill Up The Room Tracklisting:
Apple
(Even If You Die On The) Ocean
When I Lose My Eyes
Make A Plan
Peg
Money In The Afterlife
The Americans
Edison Girls
Hands In The Snow
Come With Your Arms
Whitey Hands

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15 Comments:

Blogger Eugene said...

Oh man - "Money in the Afterlife" is out as a single, and it's AWESOME. Like, sick nasty awesome. The b-side "All the Sidewalk Birds" kicks ass too. I got it from eMusic, so it's around...

5:48 PM  
Blogger Matt said...

oh man!

6:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Didn't you used to screen music before calling it "super great awesome"? I wish you still did that. These guys, and a lot of the more recent posts, have been really bland. Sorry for being a dick, in the future I'll keep this stuff to myself. I just miss discovering bands like Rocketship on your blog, it seems like everything you post lately is more about being the first rather than the quality of the band. Again, sorry for being dick, really.

6:16 PM  
Blogger Matt said...

saturday looks good to me are a fairly old band... theyve put out 3 albums that i love, trust me i've screened them thoroughly... it's cool though, i've actually been thinking about posting mostly older stuff now cause that more of what i find myself listening to anyway...

youre cool though, opinions are opinions... im just glad youve liked anything that ive posted!

9:26 PM  
Blogger Arpit Mehta said...

I have to disagree with the guy above - I think you've done a great job of finding some great pop bands - the art of pop has been so lost on talentless hacks like BSB and Britney Spears that people don't know where pop came from - a lot of the music you post looks back at the pop from back in the day and drawing inspiration from it.

All I can say is keep it up!

6:19 PM  
Anonymous toledo knives said...

I have to disagree with that guy about Rocketship. Dude, they made ONE good record back in 1996 and then followed that up with years of self-indulgent crap! Do you know how many bands have released one good record? A lot. Rocketship are just one of them. I'm sick of people hailing them as a more important band than they deserve to be. "Hey, Hey Girl" was great, I agree. But Rocketship are not the Nirvana of the indie pop world.

7:37 PM  
Blogger Matt said...

thanks you arpit! :D

8:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I completely agree with arpit. I'm an indie pop/wuss rock fan who came your way via gvsb and you've definately introduced me to some great stuff. Keep up the good work.

As for Rocketship, their 7"s and that first album (and cover art) is pure perfection. His latest work is less appealing, but it doesn't diminish the greatness of ACSCS. Maybe some just wouldn't understand the impact of ACSCS when it was released since they were too busy mourning their saviour of teen angst while listening to every other group that jumped on that bandwagon called the seattle sound . The only thing I smell is a dead corpse.

11:49 PM  
Anonymous Donosti said...

I wouldn't exactly call Seattle 'a dead corpse.' That city (and part of the country in general) still seems to be leading this country's musical direction. Especially when it comes to the indie market. Have you forgotten that Modest Mouse and Death Cab For Cutie both hail from Seattle and both The Shins and M. Ward are from Portland, OR? Do I need to remind you that kings of the American twee movement Beat Happening, The Softies and Tullycraft all come from that small corner of the U.S?

12:47 PM  
Blogger Matt said...

i think he was refering to one specific 'dead corpse'

2:24 PM  
Anonymous donosti said...

You're 100% wrong about the impact of "A Certain Smile, A Certain Sadness" in 1996. It was a hit. Rocketship were a popular band. Don't you remember?!! Or are you just talking complete shit as someone who only discovered Rocketship last year? If that's the case, if you weren't actually there... then shut up! Talk about jumping on a bandwagon? That's exactly what you're doing... only you're ten years too late!

4:43 PM  
Blogger Matt said...

hey man watch where youre pointing those fingers... who are you addressing?

for the record i think that acsacs is an amazing record and so were the two singles

"your new boyfriend" is also stellar.

5:47 PM  
Blogger Jess said...

so good! thanks!

4:06 PM  
Blogger Adam said...

Could the person named "Toledo Knives" please get in touch with me? I'm wondering where he took his name from. Thanks.
breathinghope@gmail.com

6:15 PM  
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