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Thursday, December 15, 2011

New Sleigh Bells Track + a Ton of Florida Tour Dates

Posted By on Thu, Dec 15, 2011 at 5:28 PM

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Spin has an exclusive new track from Sleigh Bells forthcoming second album, Reign of Terror.

It basically sounds like they're picking up right where they left off with their odd, nuttily brilliant mix of hardcore and mainstream pop style. The beat for the track, Born to Lose, is huge, naturally, though a comes at you a little more fleshed out and electronic than the inner ear mashing percussion was on their debut album, Treats. You can actually hear the money they had for production in the mix, which is refreshing.

In addition, Sleigh Bells and Diplo are basically invading Florida in February, with eight dates leading up to the release of Reign of Terror on Feb 14th, including one stop in Orlando.

February 3 Florida Theater, Gainesville

February 4 The Ritz, Tampa

February 6 Vinyl Music Hall, Pensacola

February 7 The Moon, Tallahassee

February 9 Freebird Live, Jacksonville

February 10 Firestone, Orlando

February 11 Revolution, Fort Lauderdale

February 14 Grand Central, Miami

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