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Snow Patrol's newest album is titled Fallen Empires.
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January 20, 2012 The Scottish band's new Fallen Empires is distinguished by its club beats and electronic riffs.
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Tired Pony is the brainchild of Snow Patrol's Gary Lightbody (left) and R.E.M.'s Peter Buck.
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September 27, 2010 The new supergroup led by Snow Patrol's Gary Lightbody includes members of R.E.M. and Belle and Sebastian. The band's debut album, The Place We Ran From, even features Zooey Deschanel and M. Ward. Listen to an interview with Lightbody and Peter Buck and hear tracks from a performance in London.
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March 5, 2007 Snow Patrol's newest release, 2006's Eyes Open, is the band's most cohesive and accessible statement yet. Beautiful and epic, it spawned a popular single in "Chasing Cars," which cemented Snow Patrol's status as a go-to band for romantic movie soundtracks.
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July 27, 2006 Snow Patrol appears content to issue a series of great, gooey ballads familiar to anyone who's heard Coldplay's "Fix You." "Chasing Cars" is formulaic and utterly irresistible, built to play in trailers for romantic movies involving Zach Braff.
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