Let It Lie
The Jupiter Watts came together in late 2001, bonding over a shared love for noisy guitar pop songs played at ridiculously loud volumes. Not long after forming, the Atlanta quartet recorded it's debut album, short wave signals and false alarms, which was released in early 2003 to critical hullabaloo in publications both local and national. Reflecting the band's diverse musical vocabulary, critics likened the group to sources as disparate as the Jesus & Mary Chain, the Pixies, Kiss, and the Rolling Stones. In April 2005, The Jupiter Watts released their second full-length recording, Let It Lie, on which the band slows the tempos, expands it's palette to include keyboards and other instruments, and beckons listeners to come in and share it's space.