On Tuesday August 26th we will be returning to The Masquerade and will be opening for LA’s Smile Empty Soul! This is a BIG DEAL. If we have a good turn out that night, we will get booked for more and more shows. SO WE NEED YOU! Starting next week you can buy a ticket from a band member for $10. No fees, no taxes, just a Hamilton. If you buy them through Ticketmaster, not only will tickets cost you nearly $14 each, but we will not get credit for the attendance. SO PLEASE – buy a ticket and come out Tuesday August 26!
7/9/14 Smith’s Olde Bar, Atlanta, GA
1: Dichotomy > Hold, Little John, Rising Sun, Screaming Inside, Phoenix, Astronaut > Sunshine, Cherub Rock
[The Roadhawk and Role Of The Observer opened]
Last night was awesome, thanks to all who came out! We had a last minute change of the opener, BIG thanks to The Roadhawk for getting things started. ROTO killed it last night!
Check out our facebook page for a few pics from last night, and in a few days we will have some other pics back from a photographer.
Until next time!
Come out Wednesday, July 9th to Smith’s Olde Bar! Role Of The Observer and Laughlin will also be there, and we’re closing out the night. Doors are at 7, show starts at 8 and entry is $5.
We only have a few shows this summer as we are preparing to go into the studio soon with Andy Reilly of Muse Productions to record a full length highly polished studio release. We’re very excited to be working with Andy, he’s a very experienced and accomplished engineer and producer that has worked with many bands over time. Check out his credits here. The plan is to release the album around late October or early November. It’ll be available on iTunes, Spotify, etc etc, as well as sent out to publications for review and radio stations all over the country and internet radio stations all over the world.
Also big thanks to Knox at Radio 105.7 for playing our song “Screaming Inside” on his Locals Only show. You can catch it Sunday nights at 8pm. If you’re not in Atlanta you can tune in via iHeartRadio.
But before the album, we plan to release a mix of acoustic versions of songs (and maybe a new tune or two!) that won’t be on the full length and some cover songs that we’ve been playing live. Take a listen to a preview clip of our version of The Cure’s “Just Like Heaven” below:
Also on July 26th we will be playing the Alzheimer’s Music Festival at 120 Music Hall in Marietta GA again. This is an excellent cause, and if you can’t attend, please consider donating to the cause. The money goes to directly to help families and their caregivers that are in need.
Thanks to the awesome people at Sweetwater Brewery for having us again for the second time this summer!
1: Little John, Jane Says, Screaming Inside > Yellow Umbrella, Dichotomy > Black > Astronaut, Comfort and Lies, Leaving For Anywhere > War Pigs*
2: Chromatic > Scars From A Ghost, Wish You Were Here, Hold, Reflection > Rising Sun, Cherub Rock, Phoenix > Release, Sunshine
[*first time played, "The Nurse Who Loved Me" jam during sound check, "Rosetta Stoned" tease before "Comfort and Lies", "Happy Birthday" teases before "Phoenix" and "Release"]
Wish You Were Here
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2/21/14 Red Brick Brewery, Atlanta GA
1: Rising Sun, Comfort and Lies, Just Like Heaven, Little John > On The Hillside > Breed > No Interruption > Clouds Make Shadows > Jam > Screaming Inside > Everlong > Jam > Purple > Leaving For Anywhere
Encore 1: Sunshine, Release, Hold
Encore 2: State Of Love And Trust, HB87
2/8/14 The Drunken Unicorn, Atlanta GA
1: Leaving For Anywhere > No Interruption, Rising Sun > Deadly Sin, Jam > Screaming Inside, Little John, Sunshine
[Loraine opened, Sugar On The Dashboard headlined]
Thanks to everyone that came out, the crowd was awesome and the show was great! The sound was excellent – big thanks to Gavin, Wiggins and the rest of the Unicorn crew for being so cool. Also thanks to Aaron’s wife Melissa for running our merch table for us! And of course HUGE thanks to Loraine and Sugar On The Dashboard for having us on the show, both bands were awesome.
After the show, our good friend Haseena Peera from Little Boxes did a short video interview. We will have that cut up and available on youtube later in the week. Haseena also got a lot of great pictures and video of most of the show, so that will be coming along soon too. Stay tuned.