Hello all. We’ve got a new single out today called Human Bean. Its the first song off of our upcoming album, Songs to No One. We’ve also got a pre-order up at Bandcamp if you would like to order a CD or the digital version directly from us when it comes out on this September (09/06/19).
We are thrilled to announce our full summer schedule today along with our next studio recording, Songs to No One, which will be coming out on September 6th, 2019. Between now and then we’ll be hitting the road to bring the tunes to you personally. Check out all the dates and mark your calendars. Cheers y’all.
Announced our first festival of the year today! It’s our pleasure to be coming back for the third time to the NC Brewers s and Music Festival.
We’re coming in hot this year. It’s our pleasure to announce our live album, Live at the Evening Muse, February 2018 is coming out today! We’ve been waiting for the right time to release it, so thank you for being patient. It’s on all your favorite streaming and download sites.
Also, we’re very excited to announce our winter tour dates, complete with a run out to Colorado, followed by our next hometown show at Free Range Brewing, Charlotte NC. Save 5 bucks and get tickets in advance if you’ll be in the area. We’d really like to see you there! We’re coming back to a few of our favorite places this winter and coming to a bunch of new spots as well, so check out our full schedule linked below and we’ll #seeyousomewhere!
And last. Ah yes last. We will be recording this weekend making our next album. Keep an eye out for updates from studio-land.
Hope to see you all somewhere. ✌️
So excited for our collaboration with our friends over at Baran Dance. Purchase tickets at the link below. For one night only, we’ll be doing two special sets of death and murder songs, along with interactive dancing. Come dressed in your undead best! See ya there. Tickets go on sale Monday, 9/18.
Weeks after Dylann Roof murdered nine people at the Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, Elonzo Wesley’s Jeremy Davis checked into a hotel outside of Nashville. On the cable channels, many newscasters were still talking about the massacre. Davis fell asleep with the TV on. He woke up in the middle of the night and started writing what would become the song “Emanuel.”