skel-e-ton noun \ˈske-lə-tən\:
something reduced to its minimum form or essential parts.
We’re starting a new video series, in which we’ll be sharing some new songs in their infancy as we write for our forthcoming record. These are the bare bones, or early versions, of the songs as we write them – as such, they’ll be growing and evolving and these videos will serve as a time capsule as they do.
We’re debuting our new song, “Drown Tonight” is this first installment of Skeletons – we hope ya dig.
Hey, 2015! Guess what – WE’RE BACK!!
After going into hibernation for several months, we’re back and we’re ready to conquer 2015. Who’s with us?!
We’re starting out by kicking things off on Saturday, January 17th @ Neck of the Woods.
We’ll have some new songs to debut, a sexy set, and a whole lot of awesome.
Tickets can be purchased here
We’re so excited to be a part of this year’s Davis Music Fest, alongside Dead Winter Carpenters, John Vanderslice, and friends Rin Tin Tiger, Owl Paws, French Cassettes, and more.
We play 10pm at the New Belgium Brewing Stage @ The Lodge.
Peep the schedule here and come out to support local music!
SURPRISE! We’ve got a new single for y’all!
We collaborated with our friends in The Come Ups on this little baby, and we’re real excited to share it with you. We’ve just hit the road for our Summer Kick-Off Tour and will be playing this and a couple other freshie-new-news, so come on out if you’re in the Pacific NW to catch ‘em while they’re hot.
Heyo SF! 2014 has had us all over the Western United States, and we’ve been missing you. We’re about to hit the road again come early June, but we’re coming back with a vengeance on June 14th, where we’ll be playing Golden Gate Park’s Party for the Parks, as well as a homecoming show that night at Milk Bar with our very talented friends Everyone Is Dirty, The Come Ups (ex-Band of Annuals and The Devil Whale), and Share The Land.
It’s gonna be one big party to kick off the summer, and Dan’s last SF show with us for quite some time as he’s going the way of LA. Le sigh. Come bid adieu to the Danimal and cry and laugh and sing and dance with us.