We were grasping for words and cornering sounds, As the harvest moon emptied and filled herself again. Now the winter constellations offer advice, “Less hi-hat.” “More hi-hat.” “Upside-down, reversed, purple hi-hat.” It’s possible these stars are just lonely or bored and only still talking to keep us around. A second possibility: we have yet to
Our friend, Braden Lee, beautifully constructed this gorgeous companion piece for our ode to the first skyscraper west of the Mississippi, and the man behind the spire.
We’re currently planning fall shows, some regional touring, and the release of several music videos. I’ve been writing a lot of new songs over the last month or so and thinking through the next album. Here’s something that got me thinking through the last album – a poem I wrote for class. The assignment: describe
Our interactive art exhibition, INTERPRETATION, PLEASE, is making its second appearance at Forage Modern Worksop in Minneapolis, now through March 1, open daily from 10am-8pm. We’ll host our final acoustic walking tour: Saturday, February 23 | 1pm. Lots of good people involved. This is something you should see.
Thanks to Secrets of the City for the kind words in anticipation of our exhibition opening today. INTERPRETATION, PLEASE is now open Mon-Sat, 9am-5pm at the Grain Belt Bottling House in Minneapolis, featuring the interpretive work of these amazing artists. Gary Wolfe | The Chemic Drop Andy Sturdevant & Andy DuCett | Prometheus, Glow! Jennifer
Jon had a chat with Youa Vang at City Pages Minneapolis about the new album and upcoming shows. Read it here.
There’s this smart new magazine for aesthetes in the Twin Cities. It’s called Thirty Two. It’s printed on nice paper. And it smells nice. Joshua Cook wrote some very nice words about the new album. In fact, he may have just penned our new band bio.
Our record label is you. We’re thrilled to announce the release of our new album, World of Tomorrow. It’s been a long time coming. We hope, for you, it’s been worth the wait. Pay-what-you-want for it now at bandcamp. World of Tomorrow by GREYCOATS We wanted to make our music as easy to get as
The nights are long and the days are cold. With lean times on the mind, we set out to create a Dust Bowl record. We found our way through the 1939 World’s Fair instead. The dreamers of yesteryear looked to the future to lift themselves from a Great Depression. It’s January in Minneapolis. The timing