TVD’s 10 Weeks of Record Store Day Vinyl Giveaways, Imperial Teen, Feel The Sound

Record Store Day is a mere 10 days away, and everyone over here at TVD is starting to get really excited.  We’re continuing to celebrate the upcoming festivities with our 10 Weeks of Record Store Day Vinyl Giveaways.  Today we have a copy of Imperial Teen’s Feel The Sound that we want to put in the hands of one lucky TVD reader.

Imperial Teen recently returned to the music scene with their first album in five years, Feel The Sound, released in 2011 on Merge Records.  The band released a string of albums in the ‘90s amidst touring with the likes of Hole and Marilyn Manson, but have remained relatively quiet throughout the ‘00s.

Now in its sixteenth year of existence, Imperial Teen proves it’s only gotten better with age.  On Feel The Sound, the quartet combined their symphonic indie pop sound and live instrumentation to create a fun, upbeat record.  While the members of Imperial Teen have spent years together and show they have matured lyrically, they’ve also managed to show they’ve remained youthful and are capable of making sharp, hook-driven pop music.  A stand-out track on Feel The Sound is “Runaway,” in which each member takes a stab at lead vocals.

Imperial Teen is often praised for their male-female harmonies.  For your chance to win a copy of Feel The Sound to add to your record collection, comment below and tell us another band with both male and female vocalists.

I’m going to go with one of my favorite bands, the Pixies.

 A winner with a North American mailing address will be selected a week from today, on Wednesday, April 18th.

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  • Brian Reaves

    We’re is it @?

  • mp

    dirty projectors

  • briantracy

    Black Mountain
     

  • dunnand

    The Pogues

  • http://thevinyldistrict.com oliviaung

    The winner has been notified. Check your email!

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