Tonight we’ll be playing our first show in two years! Celebrating the release of Sara Renberg’s new album on Antiquated Future Records, this will be a mellow acoutsic backyard show. (Email us for the address.)
A couple months ago, his new album came out through Antiquated Future and it is wonderful and noisy and surely should have been on every year-end top 10 list. If the world was a just place.
He was also on the latest edition of Well, I Don’t See Why Not with this jaw-droppingly stunning song.
The new album from Tucker Theodore is out today and has an AMAZING cover of our song “Wishing Well.” He totally makes it his own.
We just released our first song in a very long time. As part of the fourth volume of the Well, I Don’t See Why Not compilation series, we submitted a collaboration with poet Casey Fuller. It’s a little intro to the Ambient Poetics project we’ve been chipping away at for a very long time. A transcendent and humorous journey into what happens when we die. We like it.
It’s hard to believe, but our music compilation series, Well, I Don’t See Why Not started exactly five years ago! The three volumes have spanned a wide variety of music and, after a two year hiatus, we’re happy to announce that Volume Four is in the works! The compilation will be released by our sister record label, Antiquated Future and will feature music that fits under the label’s theme of “music of the future past.”
And – in a truly odd incident of planning ahead – the release date is set for October 29th, 2013. We’ll be kicking it off with a release party in Portland, Or. with Upside Drown, Will Sprott of the The Mumlers and more to be announced.
We’ll have a new recording for this one, which will be the first in a while and I’m unsure what it will be like since we haven’t done anything for so long, but that’s what makes it exciting, huh?
If you want to help make Volume Four come to be, you can donate by buying one of the previous volumes, for whatever amount you’d like, on the Well, I Don’t See Why Not Bandcamp page. Thanks.
We are extremely honored to have the Letters’ sister project Tapestry, and their/our album Lassen, being used by Chicago’s Laboratory Dancers. This is the rehearsal of the work. Really excited about this.
We also made all the albums on our Bandcamp page “Name Your Price,” so all can be digitally free or can be used as contributions/donations toward the album we’re going to finish up this summer (it’s decided).