A First Date on a Canal Boat With Snail Mail
I caught up with Lindsey Jordan ahead of the release of her second album 'Valentine' to talk about Paris, prom, and period dramas.
Activists Are Using Snail Mail to Take on Greedy Landlords
'My Old Apartment' is encouraging tenants to send letters warning of illegal rent hikes.
Facebook Shitposting Groups Are the New Fan Clubs for Indie Bands
Fans of acts like Snail Mail and (Sandy) Alex G find community in groups dedicated to meaningless drivel.
You Need to Hear the Nonsense 'Sims' Version of Snail Mail's 'Pristine'
When Lindsey Jordan sang "nee boh koof janee-wo zells / yai neeba koof janee-wo zells," I really felt that.
'Women In Rock' Is Dead; Long Live Women In Rock
If 2018 has taught us anything, it's that women's dominance of rock music isn't a trend—it's the new normal. Criticism has to reflect that.
Alvvays, Snail Mail and Hatchie Covering The Hummingbirds Is A Blessing
Lindsey Jordan and Harriette Pilbeam joined Alvvays onstage on the last night of their tour.
Snail Mail and Waxahatchee, Legends, Covered Sheryl Crow’s “Strong Enough”
Katie Crutchfield and Lindsey Jordan dedicated their cover "to all the heteros."
Snail Mail’s Debut 'Lush' Is a Love Letter to Romantic Rejection
On this first album, 18-year-old indie pop artist Lindsey Jordan articulates feelings that usually take years to get to grips with.
Snail Mail's "Let's Find an Out" Is Quiet, Contemplative Bliss
The track, taken from upcoming debut 'Lush,' follows Lindsey Jordan and co.'s sold out London show last night.
Snail Mail's Lindsey Jordan Is the Guitar Hero We Deserve on "Heat Wave"
The song is taken from Snail Mail's upcoming debut full length 'Lush,' due June 8 via Matador.
'Snail Mail,' Today's Comic by Brian Blomerth
After getting some mail with free will, the mailman has to decide between sticking to the rules or following the wishes of a package.
Snail Mail Listens To R.E.M.’s 'Automatic For the People' For the First Time
Welcome to Blind Spots, in which we force some of our favorite artists to finally check out the most famous albums they've never heard.