I love the name of this band: Ferocious Bubbles.

They have a new disc, "Save Yourself and Run Away," available on CD Baby). They are the band of the week on PASTE (where there is also a nice review

You can stream the entire disc here.

Other sites worth noting:

C/Net Download (2 free mp3s)

Download their album at iTunes Music Store.

At the Band’s MySpace page, (4 streaming songs)

Official Website: Ferocious Bubbles

How to describe them?

"Ferocious Bubbles play original music that would fall into the indie-rock genre. "Save Yourself and Run Away" has been described as "a relentless, reverb-heavy, melancholy and raggedy-pretty journey across a sad landscape."

A little off the beaten path, indie pop punk for a Thursday evening . . .

Category: Digital Media, Music, Psychology

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3 Responses to “Ferocious Bubbles”

  1. super-anon says:

    Don’t you mean “Ferocious Extended Asset Classes”?


  2. Mike McCurdy says:

    A nice sound, not great songs I would say, but a nice sound and they don’t have that ‘bubblegum’ power pop collar, which is a plus for me.

    So, the NQ is at 1851 this morning and it is such a tempting short (with a few negatives out there, including geopolitical) but of course I can’t because there could be a bit more upside in the short term. Wait until it starts going down, he told himself. :) Fortunately, I was able to capitalize some of the upside this week with apparent minimal risk.

  3. babygal says:

    It doesn’t actually stream it plays clips of each song…