The Sleeper Pins | Keep It Coming Like A Miracle

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Keep It Coming Like A Miracle

by The Sleeper Pins

Acoustic with an edge; imaginative and introspective lyrics highlighted by subtle embellishments surrounded by space and atmosphere built on a solid structure all combine to bring you our full, unique sound.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. I'm Going To Write A Song If It Kills Me
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2. Songs For Black Swans
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3. Heart Of Hearts
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4. My Stupid Brain
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5. Keep Things Cool
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6. Titanic, Arise!
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7. Restless
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8. Water Is Warm
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9. The Light
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10. Goodnight
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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The Sleeper Pins have returned with an expanded lineup and a new album! In December 2006 recording began on what was to become "Keep It Coming Like A Miracle." Between then and the completion of the record in October of 2007 the Sleeper Pins had picked up two new members to the band--cellist Aaron Kerr and multi-instrumentalist Steve Nord. This had a huge effect on the overall sound and complexity of the record and the band cannot wait to start working on new material with their newfound addition of talent, ideas, and musicianship! The album was mixed at Fur Seal studio in Minneapolis, MN between October 2007 and February 2008 and mastered at Infrasonic Sound in Los Angeles, CA in March 2008. The new record will be released on July 29th, 2008 on Emperor Penguin Records.

The Sleeper Pins are a strange assortment of musicians with many different influences and passions that somehow work well together as one musical vision. The band members are as follows: Tyson Allison--vocals, guitar, and occasional bass, piano, and percussion. Justin Deleon--drums, percussion, bells. Aaron Kerr-cello. Steve Nord--bass, guitar, piano. These guys come from many walks of life, and all are from different states in the U.S. but have converged in Minnesota to make their musical home. All have played in different types of bands and bring many unique ideas to the table. The current sound The Sleeper Pins are cultivating is one of tasteful restraint. All songs have room to breathe, and are built off a simple but strong acoustic guitar chord progression and vocal line that leaves room for subtle and well-placed musical hooks and embellishments. The Sleeper Pins can veer from quiet as a mouse to thundering elephants at the drop of a hat; thin and tight to full and lush at the turn of a corner. Things have only just begun for this band with its new lineup and new sound. The new album blows the old one out of the water, though there are a few gems on that one as well! The Sleeper Pins are currently playing shows around MN, but hope to expand their coverage soon. They hope you will take the time to check out their new album--perhaps even buy it! You will not be disappointed...Thank you!


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Clay Hebert

Sleeper Pins amaze again.
Definitely pickup this CD. The sound quality is amazing and they wrap beautiful, thought provoking lyrics over interesting, crisp beats.

Check out this Minneapolis group so you can say, "I knew them before they got big..."