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I Can See Mountains 2013

I Can See Mountains Recording New EP

First The Gay Blades played us for fools, now I Can See Mountains are doing the same.

Just days after playing their supposed final show, New York rockers I Can See Mountains have revealed to PropertyOfZack that they are currently working on a brand new release for 2014.

Speaking to Zack in an email sent earlier today, members of I Can See Mountains summed up their decision to forge ahead in spite of their supposed break up with the following message:

It’s essentially impossible to say goodbye to something that is a big part of you as an individual. You

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James Shotwell’s ‘Best Of 2013′ In Music

When 2012 was coming to a close I distinctly remember the majority of alternative music critics commenting that the year had been ‘something special.’ As 2013 begins to wind down I have found the same thing being said from the same people, and I think I too have to agree. For reasons entirely my own, this year offered a diverse selection of fantastic music, with countless releases possessing the power to change lives. I thought long and hard about the releases that made the following lists, but in the interest of brevity decided to only write at length about the …

I Can See Mountains 2013

I Can See Mountains Address Vinyl Issue With Panic Records

I Can See Mountains exclusively spoke with our brothers over at Property Of Zack about the fact that their vinyl pre-orders of Life On A Houseboat are completely missing. Panic Records have failed to communicate why they are gone.

Check out the official statement from ICSM below and read UTG’s review of Life On A Houseboat right here.

First off, we’d really like to thank everyone who has supported Life on a Houseboat and our band so far. We really never thought that people would be even half as interested. With that being said, we had the understanding the

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REVIEW: I Can See Mountains – Life on a Houseboat

Band: I Can See Mountains
Album: Life on a Houseboat
Label: Panic Records
Genre: Indie/Pop-Punk

What is there in Buffalo, New York? The Buffalo Sabres? My mom would argue “a whole lot of sadness and grey skies.” She’s probably right because she is indeed right about most things, but if you were to ask me I’d probably mention the budding punk and indie scene. Buffalo produced one of my favorite records of 2012, Pentimento’s self-titled debut, and in 2013 the birth place of my wonderful father gave me another release to get excited about: I Can See Mountains’ Life on

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I Can See Mountains Premiere “Sweater Science”

Upstate New york rock outfit I Can See Mountain have released a video for their new song, “Sweater Science.”

Taken from the forthcoming album Life On A Houseboat, which gets a digital release next Tuesday (June 11), the latest from I Can See Mountains further drives home the point this band is here to stay. Their debut offered a handful of promising songs brimming with punk and indie characteristics, and their latest offers more of the same, only this time with a mature feel to the whole affair that lifts the songs from normalcy to a sense of timelessness …

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MUSIC VIDEO: I Can See Mountains – “Glory”

Our friends at AbsolutePunk are streaming a new music video for the song, “Glory, ” by one of UTG’s favorite up and coming punk bands, I Can See Mountains. Hailing from Buffalo, New York, I Can See Mountains’ new album Life On a Houseboat comes out on July 2 via Panic Records.

Everyone at the UTG offices is really excited to hear I Can See Mountains’ new album, but we’re more interested to see where Life On a Houseboat will take them as a band.

You can watch the video after the break.…

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STREAM: I Can See Mountains – “One Big Table”

Buffalo, NY based punk group I Can See Mountains released a new song today, “One Big Table,” which is set to come off of their debut LP, Life on a Houseboat. I Can See Mountains is one of UTG’s favorite bands making waves in the scene right now, and if you give these new songs a listen you’ll understand why. They’re catchy, well-written, and they don’t sound like every other band out there right now. In a scene that is over saturated with the same old thing, some variety is always welcome.

Life on a Houseboat comes out in …

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MUSIC VIDEO: I Can See Mountains – “I Play The Fox”

Buffalo’s I Can See Mountains have recently released a music video to “I Play The Fox,” the first track to be heard off of their upcoming debut LP, Life On A Houseboat.

As of right now, there’s no definite date for when the album releases, but you better believe that we’re tuned into finding out what this Panic Records pop punk act has around the corner.

Follow the jump to listen to the song.…

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I Can See Mountains Sign With Panic Records, Announce Vinyl Reissue

New York’s I Can See Mountains have announced they are now part of the Panic Records family.

News of the signing broke earlier today on the band’s official Facebook. Along with initial announcement, it was also revealed that Panic will reissue the group’s debut EP, Hope You Never Get It, on vinyl sometime this Summer.

I Can See Mountains were one of our “5 bands To Watch” back in January and we could not be more excited to see them finally getting the exposure they deserve. Congrats!…

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REVIEW: I Can See Mountains – Hope You Never Get It

Artist: I Can See Mountains
Album: Hope You Never Get It
Genre: Pop-punk
Label: [unsigned]

Fresh off their inclusion on our “Five Bands to Watch in 2012” list, I Can See Mountains are ready to unleash their fantastic debut EP on the world. It’s a frothy, enjoyable listen that’ll almost effortlessly bring a smile to your face, and even though some of their material still needs work there’s more than enough in these 29 minutes to convince you of the band’s potential for greatness.…

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UTG LIST: 5 Bands To Watch In 2012

The new year is here with hope of new albums and bands that will change the face of music for the better. The problem is, modern technology has allowed for anyone with the slightest hint of an idea for a song to record, upload, and annoy masses with their “music.” This has caused an overload of sound, blocking many from being able to actually discover talent with true skill and lasting ability, but UTG is out to make a change.

After reviewing releases and demos sent our way over the past few months, and just before we took staffers to …