hope everyone is well. we’ve been very slack these past few months.
so summer began a while back, but we’re still making our plans for it. if you are in a band and are keen to play with us get in touch by email at email@example.com. we’re planning to make recording a priority, but hopefully play some shows around the place too.
anyway, it would be good to hear from YOU if you’re reading this, feel free to comment or whatever. as a preemptive thank you, here is a few extremely rough unofficial recordings from the past few months...
...to hear them with vocals and played correctly, come check out a show sometime.
catch you soon,
Friday, October 2, 2009
it's nearly gig time again... sunday in fact. which is pretty exciting, it's easy to say this is probably one of the best bills we've been on. the metro, 9pm, box elder then sunsettler and steering by stars after.
recording is going slowly, with tracks and people disappearing repeatedly, but things are progressing. check back over the next few weeks and some things will probably surface here, finished or otherwise...
thanks for visiting, catch you sunday
Posted by Pat at 9:48 PM
Monday, September 21, 2009
Busy few weeks, with shows falling through, sprouting up and venues trying to kill us. Apologies to those who may have turned up to the Exeter last week, it was double booked that night, but there will be another show there soon.
Thanks to Jay Walker and the Pedestrians for a slot last Friday filling in for 20th Century Graduates, and thanks to Diesel Witch's girlfriends for their kind words. Now lets forget about that show...
No thanks to the Crown and Anchor who officially get 'worst venue' tag after their ungrounded power shocked several singers in the mouth. Seriously, don't ever go there.
Thanks to Honey Pies, Tantivy Fair and 20th Century Graduates for doing great shows with us, and apologies to Sincerely, Grizzly for the Exeter calamity, hopefully we'll play together soon.
We're still recording, which is progressing slowly but hopefully some songs will appear soon.
Perhaps most importantly, we have a show Sunday 4th October (long weekend for Labour Day Monday) with Steering by Stars and Sunsetter at the Metro. Hope to see you all there.
Posted by Pat at 11:27 PM