Omaha’s Thunder Power returns soon with a new full-length called Volumes and from it is the song “Spiraling Sky” for which they just released a video. Directed by Lindsay Trapnell, it’s a bit weird with a cartoon monkey from another universe taking a psychedelic journey to earth.
A while ago, we covered Thunder Power’s new track “Heartifact” off their upcoming split 10″ EP with The 1959 Hat Company. Finally available is a track from the other half of that record. The 1959 Hat Company has made “Intersection” available, and we’re pretty stoked about this one. I’ve been curious about the Ohio-based band… Continue reading The 1959 Hat Company: Intersection [mp3]
Thunder Power seems content to just dish out EPs, having given us quite a few since they debuted in 2008 with Love Yourself. A split between Thunder Power and The 1959 Hat Company, Hearts Intersect is their fourth proper EP, and it hits in early March via Slumber Party Records.
Thunder Power’s EP Love Yourself… was filled with infective pop songs that earned it consistency on my 2008 playlist. And Everything After, to the contrary, features stripped-down pop. It’s less upbeat, has less volume, but luckily maintains the greatness of Thunder Power’s other work. “Ship In A Bottle” finds the two primary vocalist, both of… Continue reading Thunder Power: And Everything After [Album Review]
Written by Fense If you know me, you know I love carefree, youthful pop music. This wintery pop gem is just that. The video is also a fun little ditty. The song can be found on Thunder Power‘s debut EP, Love Yourself on Nebraska imprint Slumber Party Records. It’s a brief five songs, but believe… Continue reading Thunder Power: (Why Don’t You Go) Take A Hike [Video]