"Dreamers' by Savoir Adore: Pretty, light, and fun -- the voices in this duet seem to dance in the clouds, and you can't help but find yourself wanting to float there with them." -- Vogue.com
“Savoir Adore combined two sounds of optimism: surging folk-rock chords and the solid foundation of an electronic beat.” --The New York Times (Live Review)
"Blissful electro-pop..." -- WNYC Soundcheck
“As far as male/female duos go, Savoir Adore is near the top.” -- Village Voice
"Muro and Hammer positively nail harmonies with they way they alternate lead vocal duties providing an array of textures across the board." – The Line Of Best Fit
Following two previously sold out NYC shows, Brooklyn-based duo Savoir Adore have announced that they’ll headline the Music Hall of Williamsburg on Saturday, September 21, marking their largest hometown headline show to date. They are also playing their first headline gig in Los Angeles tonight, August 7, at The Echo before heading up to San Francisco for Popscene on Thursday, August 8 (all tour dates are listed below).
On the heels of their video for lead single “Dreamers” reaching 1 Million Views, Savoir Adore have unveiled a fiery new video for the track “Regalia” from their latest album Our Nature, which was re-released on Nettwerk in June. The video premiered yesterday on LA tastemaker blog Buzzbands.LA.
Directed by Alex Maxwell and Iwan Zwarts of The Mill, the video is a journey in and out of an entirely new geometric dream world. The paper-constructed landscape was designed by Hayley Morris, the animator behind the critically acclaimed video for Iron & Wine's "Joy."
The band has also teamed up with EVNTLIVE to stream a special set from San Francisco on Friday, August 9 at 3pm PDT that will be available for fans around the world to watch live. Details are available here: https://www.evntlive.com/#!/event/1000503.
The Submarines will join alt-pop icons Guster on five west coast dates, starting with the launch of the tour tomorrow, March 10, in Salt Lake City at In The Venue. The Subs--Blake Hazard and John Dragonetti--will be playing these show stripped down as a dynamic duo, with Guster also playing their sets acoustically (full list of dates below).
The Submarines ended a busy 2011 with the release of their Shoelaces EP, featuring stripped-down versions of “Shoelaces” and “Fire” (from their latest critically-acclaimed studio album Love Notes/Letter Bombs), covers of New Order’s “Your Silent Face” andJesus & Mary Chain’s “Just Like Honey,” and a re-worked and slowed-down version of the band’s most popular track to date, “You, Me And The Bourgeoisie,” recorded at Eagle Rock, CA studio The Ship. The also joined Ra Ra Riot on a handful of dates last month.
Listen to selections from The Shoelaces EP on Soundcloud here:
The Submarines will join Ra Ra Riot on a few west coast dates at the end of February. In anticipation of the dates, the bands are offering their fans twofreeremixes: The Submarines' remix of Ra Ra Riot song "Oh, La" and the Ra Ra Riot Remix of The Submarines track "Submarine Symphonika." Grab the free downloads on SoundCloud HERE.
Last month, The Submarines released The Shoelaces EP, featuring six tracks including covers of New Order's "Your Silent Face" and Jesus And Mary Chain's "Just Like Honey," along with 4-tracked versions of album tracks.
The Submarines With Ra Ra Riot Tour Dates: Wed, Feb 22 Los Angeles, CA @ The El Rey
Thur, Feb 23 San Diego, CA @ The Belly Up Tavern
Fri, Feb 24 Santa Ana, CA @ Constellation Room
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Passenger's international hit single "Let Her Go"has gone Double Platinum in the US and Canada and Platinume in the UK. In the US, the track has cracked the top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100 and remains in the Top 5 of the iTunes Top Singles Chart, while the accompanying video (above) boasts more than 170 million views on YouTube and peaked at #2 on the VH1 Top 20 Video Countdown.