We’ve had a couple of questions recently about how to get a hold of The Kelvis and The Return. Both albums are long out of print on physical CD. You can buy or stream them online in a variety of places, however we are now giving them away on our Bandcamp site. Both albums are setup for free download. You can make a donation, but it’s not required. Enjoy.
Thanks for those that showed up and stayed late last night. If anyone has any photos they can share please send them to email@example.com!
Tonight will be our third show this year. That means we have will played 3x as many shows as 2011. Both Thundering Asteroids! and Stumblebum sound pretty rad, so this is shaping up to be a good show. Check it out if you are in the area!
Unfortunately we had to cancel our set in Seattle tomorrow evening. The show is still going on, just without us. If you are in the area go check it out anyway. Really, it’s hard to have a bad evening if Moral Crux is playing.
We are playing a show tomorrow night in Portland with My New Vice, The Stims and 48 THRiLLS at Plan B Venue. We’re up last so plan on a late Friday night!
We’ve got two shows next month, including one in PDX with numerous friends’ bands and another in Seattle with Moral Crux, who we haven’t played a show with in about, oh, 12 years or so.
Many thanks to those that come out to the show last night. We did upload two photos. Quite honestly, they aren’t very good pictures but our last photo uploads were back in April of 2010.
This Saturday we are playing at Backspace in Portland w/ Burnside Heroes, Mourning Bed Head and our partners in crime 48 Thrills. This will be our first show in nine months. There are no new songs to debut, but a few rare ones may be performed. If you get a chance stop on by and see the effects of time and irrelevance on our once proud band. All ages? Yes, all ages.
Yesterday at practice it dawned on us that we haven’t used our van in 17 months. The engine doesn’t even think about starting and one could contract black lung within 3 minutes of entering it’s damp and moldy confines. No way we’re taking that thing to the next show unless it includes 4 hazmat suits and a canary.
The gnome liberation movement continues.