Posted on February 25, 2013
We have a few awesome shows coming up back-to-back. The first is on 3/14 at one of our favorite hometown spots Christy’s. The other is on 3/15 at Hotel Utah. We’re getting to play with some old friends and hopefully meeting some new ones. Go visit the event pages for more info (Christy’s)
Posted on February 20, 2013
Hey everyone, thanks for the great showing at Aubergine on Saturday. We just thought it’d be great to give you all a heads up to some of our favorite local bands. The North Bay has some great music, and we all need to support it. Check out these bands:
Girls in Suede: http://www.girlsinsuede.com/music.html
Ash Thursday: http://ashthursday.com/music/
Posted on January 21, 2013
We are happy to announce that we are playing Aubergine in Sebastopol, CA on 2/16 with some of our favorite local bands Trebuchet, Citytribe (from San Francisco), and Girls in Suede. Show starts at 8, so come on out for a great show.
We’re also happy to say that we’re heading out for a West Coast tour late April through early May. Check the Shows page for more updates.
Posted on January 2, 2013
Lookout Santa Rosa! We’re playing at Heritage Public House on Cleveland Ave with our friends The Flyover States on January 12th. This is our first show since the accident, and we’ll be debuting some new music. Please come out and support local North Bay Music.
This is the link to the Event page for more info.
Posted on December 4, 2012
We talk to Kelly about the new album, our accident, and our future plans. Check it out HERE (Click on post to activate link).
Posted on November 27, 2012
We probably should have posted this a few weeks ago, but we were all recovering from the tour. Unfortunately, we had to cut the tour short, as we were in a major accident just outside of Abilene, Texas (Check out the pics here). Matt Coit (our drummer) fractured a vertebra in his neck and ended up flying home as he will be unable to preform for the next few months. Overall, though, we were very lucky to be able to walk away from the accident. Jeremy McCarten was a trooper and finished out the rest of the tour solo, and drove what survived from our gear back home.
In better news, the tour was rockin’ up to that point we got to play with some killer bands, and meet some awesome people. We hope to attempt the tour again and see some of our new friends. Thanks for the Shark Week T-shirt!
The plan now, is to heal up, and write new material. Our album “Vinyl Ghost” came out right before we left. If you haven’t go download it on our bandcamp page (all the donations will help us replace some of the gear we lost in the accident). We hope to see you early next year. We love you all.