MIIKE SNOW TO RELEASE DEBUT ALBUM EXCLUSIVELY ON iTUNES PHYSICAL RELEASE OUT JUNE 9th ON DOWNTOWN RECORDS

MIIKE SNOW TO RELEASE DEBUT ALBUM EXCLUSIVELY ON iTUNES TODAY

AVAILABLE FOR $6.99 VIA iTUNES “NEXT BIG THING” PROMOTION FROM MAY 12th – JUNE 8th


PHYSICAL RELEASE OUT JUNE 9th ON DOWNTOWN RECORDS

Miike Snow, the Downtown Records trio hailing from Sweden and New York are releasing their self-titled debut album today May 12th exclusively on iTunes. Miike Snow was chosen as one of 40 titles to be featured on Next Big Thing, iTunes’ selection of new artists that they think will have the most impact on music in the years to come. Their forthcoming release promises to win over fans of pop, electronic, and many genres in between with masterful songwriting and innovative production. Miike Snow will be available for a mere $6.99 exclusively on iTunes from May 12th through June 8th, with other digital retailers and the physical CD release to follow June 9th.

Press on Miike Snow:
“Miike Snow really does change shapes…this album will be a surprising treat.” – FILTER

“Animal” is one of those songs that will invade every waking thought.” – WIRED.COM

“Unique, refreshing sound.” – URB

More on Miike Snow:
Man? DJ? Robot? Miike Snow is actually a band comprised of Swedish duo Christian Karlsson and Pontus Winnberg, childhood friends who spent time playing in bands and working on various projects in studios throughout Gothenburg. After separate moves to Stockholm they reunited in 2000. Then In 2004, whilst working on writing a pop album for someone else, the pair met American songwriter Andrew Wyatt. The release was small, there was little distribution and an alleged large sum of money was lost in the process, but from the experience a friendship was formed, and in 2007 Miike Snow was born.

Karlsson and Winnberg’s backgrounds in the DJ scene and punk bands alongside experiments in progressive electro and new rave lead to a series of writing / producing stints with some of the world’s biggest recording artists – culminating in their Grammy win for Best Dance Recording for the song “Toxic” for Britney Spears. Wyatt has been a member in Black Beetle, Fires of Rome and The A.M as well writing and producing the new Daniel Merriweather album with Mark Ronson amongst other things.

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