Sunday, June 5, 2011

Post #195: The Submarines - "Brighter Discontent" and "1940"



Post #195: I will be leaving shortly for the Brett Dennen show at the Pantages Theater in downtown Minneapolis.

I had the opportunity to see Brett play at the Varsity Theater a couple of years ago, so I know what to expect. It is pretty safe to assume that I won't be let down.

Tonight will also bring the opportunity to see The Submarines, whom I was not familiar with until I saw them as being the openers.

John Dragonetti and Blake Hazard were working as solo artists in Boston when they were introduced by a mutual friend. After dating for 4 years, they broke up, only then to take a different direction than most failed relationships. They decided to try writing music together which led to their 2006 debut album, Declare a New State!.

This is where you will find "Brilliant Discontent".  (Be patient as their is about a 50 second intro to the video).



They would go on to release an EP, and two more full length albums, their most recent Love Notes/Letter Bombs, being released in April of this year  Their music would also be featured in TV commercial spots, soundtracks (like Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist), and a guest spot doing the "Little Boxes" theme for the show Weeds.

You can find "1940" on their 2008 release Honeysuckle Weeks.

The Submarines, "Brighter Discontent" and "1940"
"Brighter Discontent", 123,577 views on Youtube
"1940", 85,073 views on Youtube

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