We will be sadly cancelling tonight's show in Baltimore due to an unfortunate health situation with one of our members. However, tomorrow night's show, as of now, is still on.
So, we've been back from tour for a little bit, but we've been busy. Right now we're scheduling our next tour, and this one will include a midwest segment! So, stay tuned for the upcoming dates.
Also, All Rivers and Oceans has been released by red as of today! That means you can now make purchases of the album on all your favorite places... with the exception of bandcamp. The album will no longer by live on bandcamp.
Lastly, make sure to look us up on Facebook. It's a great way to stay to keep updated with our latest breaking news.
So far the tour has treated us really well. We've made friends in every town we've played. Between the couches you've shared with us, the BBQ you've fed us, we feel like we have gotten a real glimpse of true southern hospitality.
Right now we're on our way to Pascagoula with our friends Rare Monk who are on their way to SXSW as well.
We met them last night at The Nick in Birmingham AL. Tonight we play with them at the Celtic Irish Pub in Pascagoula. So come on out and party with us!
So, we're on tour right now and having a good time. We arrived in Richmond after a pretty uneventful drive through Winter Storm Saturn. According to the weather channel 11 inches of snow was supposed to fall, however, it didn't..... It was just a cold wet drive.
We had a blast last night playing at Chapala's in Burtonsville. It was great crowd, and we loved seeing everyone who came. Of course, every show has it's hitch, and in this case we had a blown reverb pan in our space echo. Fortunately for us, Henry, who worked the sound board and performed in Sleepwell last night, bailed us out by allowing us to use his reverb pedal. That allowed us to rock out in the comfort of good sound! It was also great luck that Pro-Tech in Burtonsville carried the correct replacement reverb pan! We picked it up this morning before we left for Richmond.
Burtonsville, we love you!