Squid The Whale are a talented band in their own right, but the Detroit Four have shown a knack for bringing your favorite vocalists back. Last time we premiered a Squid track, You, Me, and Everyone We Know's Ben Liebsch showed up for a verse - this time, it's Nic Newsham of Gatsby's American Dream grabbing the mic. Hit the replies to hear "How Do I Show These Cowboys I'm Alive?," the final song from Squid The Whale's new EP, Four More.
Squid The Whale is back on #whalewednesday with an excellent brand new song, "Drown Pt.2", which you can check out on the Stheartblog. A new song will be released on Wednesdays, leading up to the release of a brand new EP, Four More out Jan 30th.
Bradley Walden of Squid The Whale and Lisa Vitale stopped by Stheart Clothing to perform a John Lennon cover, "Merry Christmas, War Is Over". Squid The Whale will release a new album in 2013. Head to the replies to check out the cover.
Today is 06/06/12, which means we're bringing you a song stream from Squid The Whale for their new song, "The German Affair". The song features Ben Liebsch from You, Me, And Everyone We Know, and produced by Kory Gable (Strike Anywhere, The Dangerous Summer). You can find the song, the single artwork, and the lyrics below.
Check out our interview with Squid The Whale here. The band is definitely one you want to keep an eye on, as they're continually getting more popular. We talk about the band's beginnings, vocalist Bradley Walden turning down an offer from Emarosa to replace Jonny Craig, their current EP new war., and more.
A show promoter has announced that Craig Owens' has postponed his solo tour, and this has been backed up by this tweet from supporting act Squid The Whale. We're waiting for news from Owens' camp and we'll update this post when we get some.
Bright and Early and Squid the Whale will be touring together. Dates can be found in the replies. Additionally, Bright and Early will release a new EP entitled Getting Through It this fall via Pacific Ridge Records.
Rob of Squid The Whale has written a blog about the current state of music and why it's so disheartening to be in a band that isn't necessarily "scene." Check it out and leave some thoughts in the replies.
Progressive Pop Rocker's Squid The Whale (Formerly No, Really!) have given us their new record, A Worrisome Voyage Through Inclement Weather to stream for all of you. The band also has a new website that you should check out. If you like Gatsbys American Dream this might be something for you. Listen and if you dig it, buy it. Then come back and leave some comments in the replies!
Progressive rock band No, Really! out of Detroit have changed their name to Squid The Whale. They will be self-releasing their new record, A Worrisome Voyage Through Inclement Weather, on Saturday, June 26th. They have also posted a sampler with clips of every song from the new record on their website. Artwork and tracklisting can be seen in the replies.