You are a crew member aboard spacecraft Aspera. You’ve just awoken from hypersleep on an interstellar flight. Good morning. The ship’s been on auto-pilot for hundreds of years. But now, it’s up to you to keep the ship intact. Certainly, your memory’s a little foggy. Trust your instincts. Follow the instructions. You’ll do fine. Your
We’re pleased to announce our November residency, Wednesdays, at the Amsterdam Bar and Hall in Saint Paul. We’ll be sharing the evenings with a number of fine musicians and viewers like you. 11/6 Strange Relations, The Brighton // 8pm / Free Admission / 21+ 11/13 Grant Hart (Sound Unseen Film/Music/Art Fest) // 8:30pm / $10
A few opportunities to see a few guys play a few songs alongside a few upstanding acts. Friday, April 19 • THE CEDAR CULTURAL CENTER with Leagues Saturday, April 20 • THE BELMORE/NEW SKYWAY LOUNGE (benefit for art students at MCTC) with Sleeper and the Sleepless, Kingfisher, and D’Allen White Friday, May 3 • TURF CLUB with Van
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.
Time for another loud show. We’re opening for Gold Fields and A Silent Film at The Triple Rock Social Club. Get your tickets here. We’d love to see your darkened face. Sunday, February 17 7PM | 18+ $10 adv | $12 door
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
We stopped by Rock Island, IL last summer and recorded a few tunes for Daytrotter. We ate some Mexican food and saw our buddy, Parlour Suite Joel. It was hot in the van. We ate ice cream. Check out our session here.
We’re so pleased to announce this show and line-up. We’re excited about the new album. We hope you are too. We’ve asked 12 artists to create a piece of art in response to each song. These pieces will be on display at the show as well as an upcoming exhibit. More to come on that…
Here’s a live preview of songs from our new album, “World of Tomorrow”, coming January 22, gorgeously captured by our friend, Braden Lee, at the Kitty Cat Klub last June. Join us on January 26 at The Ritz Theater as we celebrate our new release. And your new release. Just let it happen. Shh…