Snowmine Reveal New Album Cut, Columbus

Brooklyn quintet Snowmine don’t just want to create music that you hear, they want to make music that you feel, that is in every breath, every corner and settles deep within the heart. That feeling is front and centre, filling out all corners of their forthcoming album Dialects out February 4 2014 on the band’s own Mystery Buildings imprint.

On the heels of packing the Music Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn last week opening for San Fermin, Bullett Magazine premiered the newest album cut Columbus, a track they describe as,”…making big sounds seem intimate.” The track is on Soundcloud here as well.



Addtionally, the Dialects album pre-order has been launched with instant download incentives in the form of immediate Columbus and Silver Sieve downloads along with new artwork for the single. The band has put together strings of studio footage from the making of Dialects as well, all of which are featured in the new Dialects album teaser video accompanying the pre-order.

The album pre-order is a part of a larger custom fundraising campaign created by Snowmine themselves, staying true to the DIY, ground-up methods they have adhered to since the band’s inception. The band has built a completely organic following to date through successful touring and close fan contact on social media. After lengthy label talks, they recently decided to forego the label system altogether and self release their sophomore album on their own label Mystery Buildings.

You can catch Snowmine live on the following dates in 2014:
5 Feb Allston, MA @ Great Scott
7 Feb Philadelphia, PA @ Johnny Brenda’s (Co-headline with Norwegian Arms)
8 Feb Baltimore, MD @ Metro Gallery


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