Songs For Snakes
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Songs For Snakes

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"MRR Review"

These Bay Area dudes are way into Jawbreaker. Gone are the 90's drum sounds. Songs For Snakes also slowed the pace down a little. I enjoyed the faster songs (for example "The Time You Lost was Mine" or "Paper Sons") alot more than most of the CD, which was full of slower songs and has a tendency to drag. Not as good as Jawbreaker, better than Jets To Brazil. (Paul Lucich) - Maximum Rock N Roll

"#1 on KSPC"

"San Francisco’s post-hardcore band, Songs for Snakes, seems to be strongly influenced by artists such as Drive Like Jehu and Jawbreaker, which is evident in their guitar style. Overall, it’s a solid release with a few jems, that range from slower tracks to songs with a poppy twist. Songs for Snakes has slithered all the way up from number 28 to number 1 in the past week here at KSPC.This is KSPC’s #1 album for the week of June 22, 2009."
- KSPC 88.7 FM


11 Song CD released on Happy Snappy.
5 song "Sleep Through This" ep



Songs For Snakes was formed in San Francisco in 2005 by Bill Taylor formerly of Peppercorn (NP 96, 97, 98) & Shoehouse (NP 2004). Bill met Fred in the SF music scene and decided to form a band. They quickly found Smith and set about writting songs and forming a cohesive direction out of their varied musical interests. They are currently evolving and playing shows in the SF bay area.