From our live on KZSU set, here is Jethro.
Hello Instagram user, we have an account too! Also, we're working on new songs with our hearts set on recording in a few months.
Our new music video for Oh, The Places You'll Go Wrong is now out in the wild. Thanks to everyone involved. There is a little write-up on PunkNews if you're interested in that.
Attention East Coasters, we will be doing five shows out in New Jersey, New York, DC, and Philadelphia. In the unlikelihood that you live out there and you happen to reading this, you should come to one or all of those shows.
We will be doing four shows with the Subhumans in April, mostly in Southern California. If you happen to be reading this, and you live in that area, you should come out - or actually you should buy tickets now before they sell out, assuming they aren't already sold out.
We are excited to announce that as of today our new record is finally available in all contemporary formats: disposable CDs, breakable LPs, and, finally, pirate-able downloads. Produced by grammy-winning sex shark Chris Dugan this is 12 (or 14? I forget...) almost entirely new songs. Each song surpasses the 2-minute mark and at least 2 of them contain the “f” word, which is pretty exciting, to say the least. Furthermore, sybaritic Australian painter Mike Foxall watercolored us a front cover that pays homage to the whole history of the band, all the way back to the time before we added “The” to our name. And all this has been brought to fruition by the hot-blooded carnal committee at 1986’d Music Industries. By all means, please ch-ch-check it out!
The Love Songs
Thanks to everyone who came out, and to the bands played, our record release shows. If you weren’t able to make it, and want to pick up our new album, it is starting to become available through the usual means. If you live in the Bay Area it should be available at Amoeba in Berkeley/SF, Rasputin Records, 1234Go! Records, and Econojam Records. You can order physical copies of the LP and CD through 1986’d and the LP through 1234Go! Records. If you’re like me and you don’t own a record player or even a CD player, on December 2nd it will become available on iTunes.