[NEW] Sleigh Bells – You Don’t Get Me Twice

Sleigh Bells
You Don't Get Me Twice

Loud, brash, abrasive, yet ultimately sweet. That’s what you’d expect from a Sleigh Bells production, and the pair don’t disappoint with their brand new single, “You Don’t Get Me Twice.” Utter chaos is abound, as screeching guitars and thumping percussion lead the charge on this ice cold breakup anthem. Check out the track above, and prepare yourself for the pair’s upcoming third studio album, Bitter Rivals, in stores October 8th.

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Sleigh Bells – Never Say Die (Araabmuzik Remix)

Looking for that dramatic, swirling haunter of a track? Maybe to accompany a thrilling, action-packed car chase scene, or zombie apocalypse clip? This “Never Say Die” remix by Araabmuzik is the answer. Originally by Sleigh Bells, the new rework, packed with heat, noise and aggression, is sure to get your adrenaline powered up in no time. The two acts are currently on the road together until early November, so check out these tour dates and don’t miss out.

Sleigh Bells’ sophomore album Reign of Terror is out now.

’Sleigh Bells – Never Say Die (Araabmuzik Remix)’
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[Hip-Hop] iSH – Demons (THR3MIX) Feat. e-dubble

If any indie release of the last year was primed for a rap remix, it was Sleigh Bells‘ “Demons.” With blaring drums, explosive guitar riffs, and fervent hollering throughout, it would take a powerful emcee to match the feverish intensity of the original track. Well, we think we’ve finally found a good candidate on our hands in Toronto’s own, iSH. Opting to go with the slightly more subtle Diplo remix of the song, iSH and Philly’s e-dubble manage to complete the tough task of absolutely tearing this beat to shreds. Plus, any time you can talk trash about your wookie is truly a win in my book.

This release is the just the first in an excellent series of “THR3MIXES” by iSH.  Catch the full set below, along with some free download links.

’iSH – Demons (THR3MIX) Feat E

Bonus: iSH – THR3MIX Series

’iSH – Dreamer’

’iSH – So Long’

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Sleigh Bells – End of the Line (Official Video)

Alexis Krauss and Derek Miller, the dynamic duo that make up Sleigh Bells, have released a new video for their song “End of the Line”. Directed by Miller and Gregory Kohn, the wistful tune is accompanied by fun BMX bike rides in suburbia and creepy shots of a vampire-looking Krauss out in the fields. The two scenes don’t necessarily go together, but the band know how to meld seemingly contrasting qualities pretty well (see: their entire discography). Feel free to stream the track below, too.

Sleigh Bells’ second album, Reign of Terror, is out now via Mom+Pop.

’Sleigh Bells – End of the Line’
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Sleigh Bells – Demons (Diplo Remix)

Start your morning right by downloading the exquisite Diplo Remix of Sleigh Bells single ‘Demons’, of their latest album release Reign of Terror. Filled with really high synths and swaggered-out low bass, a Diplo/Sleigh Bells merger only means an extra dose of attitude filled music. The hard and experimental rockers have bundled the release of the remix with an official video for Demons, showcasing the very trip of watching this duo perform live. Listen and Download below.

’Sleigh Bells – Demons (Diplo Remix)’

Reign Of Terror is out now on Mom + Pop.

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Stream: Sleigh Bells – Reign Of Terror [Album]

Indie band Sleigh Bells have been causing uproar with teasers from their upcoming release Reign Of Terror. The new album, set for release February 21st from Mom + Pop records is now being streamed in its entirety via New York Times.

The album is an energetic work of indie pop that continues the bands already established sound. The first video for the album’s single “Comeback Kid” snapshots the albums sound almost perfectly with its leather jackets, guns, and generally bad attitude. It’s pretty catchy, too. Check it out!

Stream Sleigh Bells – Reign Of Terror (via nytimes.com)

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[Video] Sleigh Bells – Comeback Kid | Tour Dates

Sleigh Bells are soon to release their upcoming album Reign Of Terror out February 21st. Their constructively aggressive Noise Pop sound has been dominating the genre ever since their debut album Treats. Already Sleigh Bells have teased used enough with songs like ‘Born To Lose’ and ‘Comeback Kid’ and today we can finally witness: 1) The official music video of ‘Comeback Kid’ 2) how incredibly sexy Alexis Krauss is. The song writing for Reign of Terror will showcase a more collaborative effort between group members Derek Miller and Alexis Krauss, as the majority of the songs on Treats were written solely by Miller before Krauss joined the group.

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