It's looking like summer has arrived in the frozen north and we've got a bunch of shows lined up to help you celebrate. First up, we'll be at Pitman's Freight Room in Laconia, New Hampshire this Friday. This is a super cool, train-station-turned-listening room that's BYOB and a ton of fun.
Saturday we're at the Rockport Opera House in beautiful Rockport, Maine. We've been looking forward to this one for a while and we're shootin' for a sell-out so grab your tickets now! Our good pals the Midnight Riders will open the show; Flatbread will provide the pies, and Thresher's Brewing will be debuting a beer made with Maine hops and named after our latest album - "Falling Pine Ale." Wicked cool, bub.
Saturday, June 24th we're psyched to be a part of theVintage Bazaar of New England in Eliot, Maine. This is allegedly one of the top 10 vintage festivals in the country, so if you're in the area and you're into old shit like we are, you should come on by. Tons of great bands on the bill, great food, vendors from across the country; gonna be great.
Wednesday, June 28 we get to take part in another great coastal event, capping off Windjammer Days in Boothbay Harbor with a rock show at Mine Oyster.
Annnnd last but not least, Friday, June 30 WCLZ presents a night at Port City Music Hall. Nyla Smith-Lachman made some beautiful artwork for the show, by the way, and prints are for sale on the online store. Our great pals These Wild Plains out of Boston open the show; they're wicked rad, check 'em out:
In other news, we've got vinyl on the way which should be here any day now; we've been in the studio recording some new tracks which we'll be dropping soon; and we can't wait to see you out there.
Hope life's treatin' ya well; we can't thank you enough for the support!