Newly remastered versions of all six of our releases are available now! These recordings are sounding better than ever, so you’ll definitely want to update your collection!
At the moment, Bandcamp is the only place to get these remastered releases. There is a “name your price” option, so please don’t feel like you need to pay again if you are downloading this music for the second time (typing “0” into the price box will give you a free download).
These remastered releases will be available on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon, etc., in the near future.
It has been so cool to see how many people have been listening to In Due Time lately. Thanks for giving that EP such a great tenth anniversary this month!
If you still haven’t had a chance to download and/or stream In Due Time, here is a link:
Thanks again to Powerpopaholic for encouraging their readers to check out In Due Time.
Thanks to Franklee Speaking on 93.3 CFMU for playing “Until the Next Girl Comes Along.” Looking through past playlists, we noticed that they’ve also played “I’m Happier Now” and “You Lost Interest First” on the show, so we would like to send a big belated thanks for that as well!
Thanks to the Music Authority for playing “Friends Like Me.”
Before we go, here is a video of us recording “Basement” back on February 8, 2008:
We hope all is well and that you are having a really nice summer so far!
Thanks to Aaron from Powerpopaholic for telling his readers to check out our In Due Time EP. In case you missed it, that EP turned ten a few days ago! Also, doesn’t “a casual rock band from Cleveland, Ohio” describe us pretty well? Here is a link: http://www.powerpopaholic.com/2018/08/singles-eps-and-freebies-vegas-with-randolph-you-are-among-friends-yani-martineli-the-susan-constant-and-scott-brookman.html
Our last show happened one year ago tonight at the Beachland Tavern. It was Frank Mirabelli’s first and only show as our drummer. We wish this lineup could’ve had a chance to play for more people, but it is what it is.
Anyway, here is a video playlist of our set from that night:
Thanks to Justin Bruce from Bucketlist Music Reviews for reviewing our One Day You’ll Look Back EP. Click here to read it!
Thanks to Matt Jensen from Divide and Conquer for reviewing our One Day You’ll Look Back EP! You can read the review here.