Snow Patrol

Adele’s ’21’ Matches ‘Titanic’ Soundtrack’s 16-Week Stay At #1

Adele’s 21 has finally caught up to the Titanic soundtrack’s 16-week run at #1 on Billboard’s Top 200 chart. The 1997 movie’s score by James Horner (complete with Celine Dion’s chart-topping hit “My Heart Will Go On”) was the last LP to rack up as many weeks atop the main album chart. Prior to that,…

Robbie Daw | January 18, 2012 - 9:14 am

Snow Patrol Chase Lady Gaga Duet

Everybody wants a piece of Mother Monster. The latest act to express their desire to work with Terry Richardson’s BFF is Snow Patrol. Still best known for their 2006 hit “Chasing Cars”, the UK rockers have Lady Gaga on their radar because she is “much smarter than your average pop star”. We can’t disagree with…

Mike Wass | November 20, 2011 - 3:58 pm

On The Borders: What People Aren’t Buying

As part of book giant Borders’ slashing of its DVD and CD sections, the store here in Athens, Ga., is selling its CD and DVD inventory at 50% off. The standard pre-liquidation price for a CD? $18.99. So at 50% off, most of the remaining inventory was still as much as it would have been…

Lucas Jensen | April 2, 2009 - 9:15 am

Project X By The Book

I admit it: I have a bias against literary novelists who write about music. It has to do with my appetite for immediacy. That’s what I like about pop, and pop writing, and it’s not a tendency always shared by literary fiction writers. So I see detailed explanations of milieu that I take for granted…

Michaelangelo Matos | November 14, 2008 - 10:00 am

Snow Patrol Are Probably Not All That Concerned About Critics Anymore

Our look at the closing lines of reviews of the week’s biggest new music continues with a spin through writeups of Snow Patrol’s A Hundred Million Suns, which arrives in U.S. stores today:

Dan Gibson | October 28, 2008 - 5:00 am

Snow Patrol Minus The Residents Of Seattle Grace

sp.jpgARTIST: Snow Patrol
TITLE: “Take Back The City”
WEB DEBUT: Sept. 1, 2008

Dan Gibson | September 5, 2008 - 11:30 am

Snow Patrol, The iPod, And Appliance Shopping

I applaud new ideas. When you spend time trying to find interesting things to comment on for a music blog, anything that might appear to be innovative provides a brief moment of excitement. But when every corporate entity on earth tries to find a way to make some cash from the residuals of the iTunes…

Dan Gibson | September 2, 2008 - 1:30 am

A Nickelodeon-Groomed Star Brings Yesterday Back Around

Could a Sugababes song actually get some airplay on American radio? Well, sort of. “About You Now,” which appeared on their 2007 album Change, is actually available outside of U.S. stores’ import sections thanks to some pandering to the 8-to-11 set: The track, co-written by Cathy Dennis and Dr. Luke, has been covered by tween

Maura | June 18, 2008 - 12:00 pm

“Britons like a dose of music from the rock band Coldplay to help them fall asleep, a survey from hotel chain Travelodge found on Monday…Other artists chosen for their slumber-inducing qualities were James Blunt, Snow Patrol, Take That, and Norah Jones.”

Jess Harvell | April 8, 2008 - 10:15 am

Snow Patrol Members Prepare To Cry Themselves To Sleep On Giant, Money-Stuffed Pillows

Every few years, a new act is randomly selected as a go-to critical punching bag: Who can forget the great “Coldplay Cold Shoulder” of 2004, or the “Belle & Sebastards” backlash of 2002? Anybody?

Brian Raftery | February 22, 2007 - 11:00 am