Been Busy! Hello Euro Fans!

Been way too long since I put anything up on the blog. We’ve been busy back in New York, working at our jobs and writing the next record which we are going up to Montreal to start work on in April with Howard Bilerman who did our first record.

I’ve been getting a lot of email from fans in Europe who heard “This Is Where We Are” on the soundtrack for the upcoming isenseven film about skateboarding. For those of you don’t know about them check it out

While don’t have any immediate plans to tour Europe or the UK because we don’t have a label or an agent there we are working on fixing this and will be across the pond as soon as we can get there.

Until then keep sending the emails and thanks for the good vibes, it really means a lot.

Last week I went to see Leonard Cohen play at the Beacon. It was fantastic. Over the summer we all got to see a few songs from backstage in Toronto (it’s a long and crazy story). He’s a real hero of mine and if you can get a ticket you should go!

Ran into Howard at the show and got introduced to Bob Johnston (he produced Songs from a Room, Bookends, Blonde on Blonde, and Live at Fulsome Prison among others). WOW! He told me a story about telling off Johnny Cash for asking him to pick up some drugs.

Anyway, much more news to come. In the meantime keep checking for upcoming shows and radio appearances. Stay warm.

All the best,


p.s. this is a picture of us making a bonfire at Lake Washington while we were on tour this summer

Comments (2)

  1. brit wrote::

    heh heh – that was at golden gardens off
    the puget sound…

    Monday, March 9, 2009 at 10:48 pm #
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