Good Day Noir Family,
our “E.A.Poets Approved/Bands We Like” section is dedicated to Snap Infraction. I discovered this Band while shuffling songs on Spotify and I was intrigued by their style.
A nice sound the one proposed by this band.
Their way of composing music immediately reminded me of the Eagles, music that makes you want to travel and makes you feel free.
Beautiful guitar riffs that with a warm and harmonic sound make you smell the scent of the desert.
The sun beating on your head, the sweat dripping on your face but in your soul, you feel fresh and free, these are the sensations that this music has transmitted to me.
A band that has a lot of experience capable of creating a magical sound understanding.
The production is very good in particular the mix that leaves the right space for each sound element and the song breathes well.
Go and listen to them, it is worth it!
The Fall is Snap Infraction’s Single Out Now!
Melodic and Dreamy!
On their latest release, “The Fall/Day In The Sun”, Snap Infraction took a trip in the wayback machine. Steve Karsch explains:
I originally wrote this song for one of my old bands, and we recorded some basic tracks for it in the early 2000s. Unfortunately, that band was short-lived and the in-progress album was shelved.
Thankfully, they were able to rescue some of the tracks for ‘The Fall’ from a burning building and have been adding to them slowly over the years. “And then we kind of hit a wall with it,” says Steve.
Recently, he caught up with an old high school friend, Jeff White, at a Rich Robinson concert.
“`The Fall` was always missing something”, says drummer Tony Iannuzzi, “and bringing Jeff in to add some guitars was the extra kick that this song needed.”
Steve continues “Sometimes, you’ve been listening and working on the same thing for so long, it helps to get that outside perspective. I knew that whatever Jeff did would be awesome, so I just gave him the song and let him run with it.”
The flip-side of the record, “Day In The Sun”, is a more recent composition. “Yeah, I just stumbled on the chords one Saturday morning and then the chorus happened. We put this one down pretty quickly.”
So there you have it, an A-side that took over a decade and a B-side that came together in weeks.
Stick around for the next episode of “What will Snap Infraction do next?”