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September 28, 2011 emblemiTunes and CDBaby links

As promised, you can now purchase the new album on both CD Baby and iTunes!

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September 28, 2011 emblemArt of Fandom

Even I’ll say, this new SS record is the first time that the influence of my favorite band has begun to show itself through my music. While there has never been a songwriter that has inspired me more than Billy Corgan, it is rather curious that it took 14 years for some of those signature Smashing Pumpkins sounds to find a way into my music. I would argue that they are a difficult band to replicate, for one- even if you’re trying (which I’m not, the rest of my songs will attest), or maybe it’s because I didn’t own a Big Muff until I was 23.

The reason I even bring them up is because I still follow their every move and often think of my level of loyalty to the band as an indicator of my loyalties to other aspects of my life. Remember the John Waters movie Pecker? There was a line by the narrator: “Life is nothing if you’re not obsessed”- I took that line kinda seriously when I was a teenager. You can find evidence in this by looking at this archived SP fan page that I came across recently. Note the name of the first contributor…yup. I was probably 13 when I wrote some of these.

To think that I would spend my free time listening so intently to songs as to pick out studio noises (not to mention the pondering of what those noises were) is so ridiculous to me now as an adult but it does make me nostalgic for those simpler times. I can hardly find an hour to listen to a full record these days; my time is increasingly fragmented. I hope to have the time again someday to push myself deeper into whatever obsessions or infatuations I may stumble into later in life.

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September 27, 2011 emblemBy Some Great Storm: out now!

Saint Solitude’s second album By Some Great Storm is released today via Alive and Well Records! Also available from Bandcamp (where you can stream the record in its entirety), and soon from CD Baby and iTunes!

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September 20, 2011 emblemSS on Twitter

You can now follow the band on Twitter, where short-lived thoughts have a chance to live on into infamy!

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September 10, 2011 emblemSS to appear on AshevilleFM on September 22nd

Saint Solitude will be the special guest of the AshevilleFM show Straight Gaze on Thursday, September 22nd for a album preview and interview. Hosts Donnie Pratt and Casey Ellis will play some selections from the new album By Some Great Storm and talk about them with their creator Dup Crosson.

Tune in here from 8 to 10pm!

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September 8, 2011 emblemImpending tour!

Take a looksie at the tour page and you’ll notice we’ve been adding some shows in October. More details soon, and a full itinerary, but we are heading back up the East Coast and making a stop at CMJ! Woo!

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September 2, 2011 emblemHear a new Saint Solitude song!

You can now stream the first song taken from our new album, By Some Great Storm, exclusively onwww.saintsolitude.com. It’s the second song on the album, and it’s called "Construct A Delicate Plot". Enjoy!

(it’s a pop-up window so you might have to disable your blockers)

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September 1, 2011 emblemI hear a plot coming

A new song from the new record will be available for streaming in the next day…crunch crunch.

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