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Sounds good!

I'm pretty sure Apple used one of their songs for their popular ads too (:

Fantastic, of course

The Submarines never disappoint. You can always count on them for beautiful melodies, interesting sounds, great vocal interplay, and memorable songs. Good work Subs!
I look forward to the rest!

My Guilty Pleasure

Another great song from the Subs. Always great use of instrumentation, and Blake Hazard's voice sounds like it came straight from Heaven. By far my favorite newer band of late along w the Morning Benders. They should just let them be the face of the ipod since their songs sound so fresh and beautiful. Great work guys. Love Drakey's guitar sounds. Keep it cooking. KJ

Biography

Formed: 2005 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The Submarines are an indie pop group comprising John Dragonetti (aka Jack Drag) and Blake Hazard, who initially crossed paths while working as solo artists in Boston. Introduced by mutual friends, the pair soon became musically and romantically involved. Dragonetti produced Hazard's debut solo album, 2002's Little Airplane, and they began playing and performing with each other's bands. The couple moved west to Los Angeles to continue their career in warmer environs, but their relationship ended...
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