The Sounds - Yeah Yeah Yeah - Official Video
The Sounds recently released their video for “Yeah Yeah Yeah” from their album ‘Something To Die For’ on SideOneDummy Records. The video features clips of the band while on their North American leg of the ‘Something To Die For World Tour.’ The video was edited by Kevin J. Custer.
May we just add that Maja is probably the sexiest lead singer of any band on SideOneDummy aside from Dave King of Flogging Molly, of course.
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While the Sounds are on the road promoting their new album, the biggest smiles and sing-a-longs would come during the songs of their 2006 release, Dying to Say This to You and the band does not seem to mind, they just want to please the fans. “We want to make you happy, you give us a reason, I live for you!” Maja declared to the audience at one point, the Sounds are a total fan appreciated band and that is why they will continue to work as hard as they possibly do.
Read the whole review HERE!
Fresh off the heels of their fourth full-length album, Something to Die For, The Sounds have been touring constantly and have proven themselves to be one of the hardest working indie bands in the world. Fronted by charismatic frontwoman Maja Iversson, the group has been leading a revival of ’80s New Wave music while at the same time crafting a unique identity and creating something new. Immediately at the beginning of their set Iversson lit a characteristic smoke and the band lit into their upbeat electronic-influenced indie rock. The show was set in the recently renovated Neptune Theatre, once a kitschy movie spot in the University District. The Neptune’s curved walls provide excellent acoustics and the funky ’70s decor and nautical accents are a great backdrop for a live show.
Read the whole review and watch a short video of The Sounds performance HERE!
dayum:) good time:p
We hope no one was harmed in the nabbing of this setlist. The Sounds at The Wiltern Theater 11/16/11.