Quick Hits & Clips: Time And Distance, Supernatural Cat, Cold War Kids, Reed KD

posted May 26, 2009

  • In anticipation to their new album, out July 14th via Not Alone Records, Time And Distance have posted two new songs from the upcoming album titled Gravity on their brand new MySpace page. Check out "First Time Caller, Long Time Listener" and "Away We Go."
  • Italy's Supernatural Cat Records has announced the very limited edition vinyl represses of Ufomammut's "Snailking" and Lento's "Earthen." In addition, Incoming Cerebral Overdrive will release their debut full-length, "Controverso."
  • MTVMusic.com has debuted of the Cold War Kids' hyper-interactive new video, "I've Seen Enough." The video, directed by Tool of North America's Sam Jones, (Wilco's I Am Trying to Break Your Heart), was designed specifically to be presented in parallel parts online and then remixed by fans, even mid-play - and is being released solely for the Web. It is the latest video premiere for MTV's digital properties, following Eminem's "We Made You" and Green Day's "Know Your Enemy" in April.
  • Reed KD has spent the better part of the last three years between two places: his VW Vanagon (living out of it in 2007 and 2008, traveling the country and writing music) and his Santa Cruz bedroom (where he recorded his new album "In Case The Comet Comes," out June 9th). Reed KD shot a video for "Winding Roads," a song he wrote about traveling the country in his van. He filmed it recently while driving from Santa Cruz to Los Angeles. It's a trip he's made often - driving his van through forests, sprawling coastline, desert and maddening LA traffic.