Friday, September 7, 2012

Check out this video from Roland & The Intangibles

Posted By on Fri, Sep 7, 2012 at 2:03 PM

Roland & The Intangibles recently released the video for Annie Doesnt Mind.
  • Roland & The Intangibles recently released the video for "Annie Doesn't Mind."

We've got a pretty talented crew here at the Times, if I do say so myself. For example, I got a tip about a new tune and video from Roland Gladden, our advertising traffic manager. He's a longtime bass player for several local outfits, but he also fronts Roland & The Intangibles, featuring Dean Wheeler and Bo Harris.

After the jump, check out the video for "Annie Doesn't Mind." It's got this great jangly sound, like early R.E.M. or maybe The Three O'Clock, and a super catchy melody that's been stuck in my head off and on for about four days now. Good stuff.

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