We filmed in Studio A at Twin Cities Public Television last month for the fabulous MN Original. Episode to air sometime this spring/summer. But before that, we shot an acoustic version of Hideaway to debut their new Skyway Sessions series: one take, one camera, one mic… one lunch rush.
A few opportunities to see a few guys play a few songs alongside a few upstanding acts.
- photo Rebecca Zenefski
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 Davis | Hideaway
Miles Mendenhall | The Lions and the Swans
Adam Turman | Foshay
Jessica Ashley Nelson | No Encores
Braden Lee | Weightless
Nathan Schroeder | Keep Us Young
Bethany Birnie | Summer Idyll
Willie Willette | Leviathan
Caitlin Karolczak | Holiday
We’ll be leading acoustic tours:
Saturday, Feb 2 + Saturday, Feb 9 at 1pm.
Thanks for the eyes, ears.
Jon had a chat with Youa Vang at City Pages Minneapolis about the new album and upcoming shows. Read it here.
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.
We wanted to make our music as easy to get as possible, so paying what you think it’s worth (or what you can afford) seemed only fair to us. After all, you’re the best thing we’ve got going for us.
We’re not on a record label. Any money passing through our hands from albums or shows never makes it to our pockets. It’s spent: recording, touring and promoting. But we keep doing it because it still seems worth doing.
One of the pros of having the support of a label, other than playing with someone else’s money, is having access to their network. That’s how music gets heard: long arms and deep pockets. While our pockets seem to be growing new holes, we do have you.
And if what we do makes your life better, in some small way, we ask that you share this album with your friends. Share this album with your family. Share this album with anyone willing to take a chance on something new. For free. Which, sort of mitigates the risk.
You can also pick up the album on iTunes, Amazon, and our Merch Store. Stream it on Spotify. Or better, yet, pick a copy up in person at our album release show this Saturday at The Ritz Theater.
See you soon.
High fives await.