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This Ain’t no Peep Show
The teasing continues for one more week. Mark your calendars for March 18th: it’s the big reveal on our music video for “Just Be Love”, the first single off our debut full-length album Heart of Plaster. As of this morning we’re sitting on the final mixes of all 10 tracks that’ll be appearing on the album, recorded & mixed by the wizard Steven Goldman at Four Legs Records, and they sound MIGHTY. We’re chomping at the bit to get them from our hands to your ears, and we’ve got about a month to go before April 8th when the album officially drops (unless we leak out a few tracks beforehand for your listening pleasure…).
All these things are building up to April 11th when we’ll be taking over The Low Beat here in Albany (the spot that’s affectionately known as “the new Valentiene’s”) starting at 8PM. If were at last year’s vinyl release show for Seize the Year you may remember a raucous evening of local original music punctuated by karaoke. So make sure you warm up those vocal chords because karaoke is coming back again this year (courtesy of the Sid & Sabra show). Joining us will be The Strange Neighbors and Carl Daniels and The Black Box to round out the bill. Join us, won’t ya?
We won’t be doing any shamrockin’ this weekend gig-wise, but if you’re in the Albany-area you should stop by Pauley’s Hotel on Central Avenue to check out our friends in Mordwolf and Smittix who will be ripping it up Saturday night. It’s gonna be a GREAT show.
Our tour schedule continues to take shape for 2014, including a few festivals. Make sure you check our tour page to keep up to date on all our upcoming shows.
April 11th – The Low Beat w/ special guests The Strange Neighbors and Carl Daniels & the Black Box
April 12th – PA’s Lounge – Somerville, MA
May 1st – Bombers – Troy, NY
May 2nd – The Anchor – Kingston, NY
May 18th – SPAC Rock & Run – Saratoga Springs, NY
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