Stream two Sleigh Bells x Danny Brown mash-up tracks, courtesy of Nick Catchdubs
November 27th 2013
A killer way to commemorate the two Sleigh Bells x Danny Brown (or, ‘Brown Bells’) shows at Terminal 5 last weekend.
Watch Sleigh Bells totally crush Late Night with Jimmy Fallon with a performance of “Minnie”
November 21st 2013
With an additional three back-up singers, three person horn section, and a whole crowd of fans sharing the stage.
Stream Sleigh Bells LP3 “Bitter Rivals” in full now over on Rolling Stone
October 1st 2013
The album drops on October 8 and is available to pre-order now, although LPR attendees may get it a little earlier…
Sleigh Bells offer up their first ever remix for Phoenix “Chloroform”
September 25th 2013
If you can even call it a remix, this is basically a full blown R&B duet between Alexis Krauss and Thomas Mars.
Stream brand new Sleigh Bells single “You Don’t Get Me Twice”
September 16th 2013
The band took to their recently launched Tumblr to unveil the latest cut from brand new album, “Bitter Rivals”.
Sleigh Bells announce LP3 “Bitter Rivals, unveil music video for title track
September 3rd 2013
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The New York City duo known as Sleigh Bells emerged in the Fall of 2009 with rhythmic pop songs that combine overdriven guitar riffs and sugary female vocal melodies. Derek Miller, who played in the popular Florida hardcore outfit Poison the Well, teamed up with singer Alexis Krauss after he happened to serve her and her mother at a Brazilian restaurant in Brooklyn. As proof of their winning formula, Sleigh Bells quickly earned the adoration of critics at the New Yorker, Pitchfork, Rolling Stone, and the Village Voice. They are celebrated by both their hometown’s outer-borough lo-fi rock scene and international pop acts like Major Lazer and M.I.A., who collaborated with Derek on her forthcoming third LP.
Sleigh Bells spent the first two months of 2010 at Treefort Studios in Brooklyn re-recording the demo tracks that had generated so much excitement in the previous year. They’ve also added a handful of new songs to round out their debut record, due out Spring/Summer 2010. Tours with Yeasayer and Major Lazer, including dates at South By Southwest, Coachella, Pitchfork, and Primavera Festivals, have been announced for the first half of 2010.
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