Release Parties in Portland, Boston, NYC & Providence

 Thanks to Jesse Roche for the photo -- Jesse, we're amazed you took a picture of something other than a fish but much appreciated sir!

Thanks to Jesse Roche for the photo -- Jesse, we're amazed you took a picture of something other than a fish but much appreciated sir!

The last few weeks of shows have been incredible. Our hometown CD release at Port City Music Hall was one of the best nights we can imagine, with a sold-out hometown crowd and two killer bands on the bill. Girls, Guns and Glory destroyed, and Ghosts of Johnson City were wonderful as always (they're a newish Maine band, be sure to check 'em out if you get the chance). 

Middle East in Boston is a bad@$$ club and we had a great night down there with two of the best live bands we know, Jake Hill and Deep Creek and Tigerman Woah! Rockwood in NYC was probably the best time we've had in the city so far, and the Met in Pawtucket, Rhode Island was a blast as always. Rhode Island crew - you're amazing, thanks for always making us feel at home and we'll see you soon at the Ocean MIst. 

Shout out to the All Roads Music Fest organizers too while we're at it. The first-year festival up in Belfast, Maine was a huge success as far as we could tell, with almost every show at capacity, and a line-up to drool over. We didn't make it up too early in the day but in time to catch Armies, North of Nashville, Lady Lamb the Beekeeper, couldn't get into Spose because it was sold out (!??), and the after party with Dominic and the Lucid. Amazing what kind of musical talent comes out of this state, and great to have an excuse to spend a day in the beautiful, Gothic-building-laden town of Belfast. 

The show schedule isn't slowing down at all, check out the tour dates on the home page and come out and hang when you can!