Jon Snodgrass Releases New, Free, Live Recording; Announces New Live Dates

Courtesy: A-F Records

Jon Snodgrass’ new live recording is available now.

The recording, Tace – Live at the Social Sanctuary released Friday through all major digital outlets. It is available free for everyone and follows last October’s release of Snodgrass’ latest album, Tace. The record is a compilation of covers that pays tributes to Snodgrass’ influences, such as The Beatles, Husker Du, and Cheap Trick.

Snodgrass was joined by a variety of well-known and respected figures for the recording of Tace. Among those who joined Snodgrass for the compilation were Tim McIlrath (Rise Against), Joey Cape (Lagwagon, Bad Astronaut), and Stephen Egerton (Descendants, ALL).

TaceLive at the Social Sanctuary comes from Snodgrass’ October 2020 performance at the noted venue in Los Angeles, CA. The concert’s audio was mixed and mastered over the course of this summer.

Said Snodgrass of the recording’s free release, “We’re basically putting this live album out for free so folks know what to expect this fall and are stoked and tell their friends. Also, this was the only rock show that we played last year.”

Courtesy: Night Owl PR

In other news, Snodgrass is scheduled to take his album out on the road starting Sept. 2 in San Diego, CA. The tour is scheduled to run through Oct. 31 in Gainesville, FL. It features performances in cities, such as Atlanta, GA; Minneapolis, MN and Santa Cruz, CA.

More information on Tace is available along with all of Jon Snodgrass’ latest news and more at:

Websitehttps://www.jonsnodgrass.com

Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/JonSnodgrassMusic

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Sweet Teeth Debuts New Single, ‘Shattered Glass Face,’ Companion Video

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Independent rock band Sweet Teeth kicked off the weekend with a new single and video.

The band premiered its new single, ‘Shattered Glass Face‘ and its companion video Friday. The song is the lead single from the band’s debut EP, Acid Rain. The seven-song record is available in the United States through MVD (Music Video Distributors) and various other labels in other regions.

‘Shattered Glass Face’ runs approximately 47 seconds (yes, less than a minute). In that very brief time, the song packs a powerful punch. The mix of the instrumentation and vocals gives the song a sound and stylistic approach that is just as comparable to works from Foo Fighters as from Dinosaur Jr. and Husker Du.

No information was provided in the press release about the lyrical theme featured in ‘Shattered Glass Face.’ Though the mention in the song of waking up in a room full of bottles and the plea to “Please wake me up” hints at perhaps a song having to do with alcoholism. That is as always just this critic’s own interpretation and should not be considered the only interpretation.

The video for ‘Shattered Glass Face’ is a black and white presentation. It features the band performing its new single in a studio setting.

More information on Sweet Teeth’s new single, video, and EP is available along with all of the band’s latest news at:

Website: https://sweetteeth1.bandcamp.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sweetteethpowerpop

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