Monday, December 27, 2004

I hope everyone had a good holiday. We're getting ready to get back into songwriting mode soon. We're hoping to have a bunch of songs written in the next few months, at which point we will demo them and decide what our course of action will be as far as releasing something goes. We're hoping to have at least one new song ready by the time we play our next show, but we can't make any promises.

I'm excited to play out of the state in February, but we're still vanless; I hope we figure out some way to get our gear to Iowa. We came up with a pretty strange way of getting to the last show we played. Since it was only a few blocks from our house, we decided to load up the trailer and push it to the show on foot. Aside from the cold factor, it worked out really well. Maybe we'll just book shows that are within pushing distance of our house from now on.

Monday, December 13, 2004

Aside from the shows we have coming up, I believe we are going to be taking things slowly as far as shows go so we can concentrate on writing a bunch of new songs. We've got a few in the works already. I can't seem to access the database that holds our show information right now, but for updated show information, you can always visit our Myspace page.

Saturday, December 11, 2004

We are playing a benefit show on Dec. 17 for Anmesty International and women's human rights at the corn club (810 E Clarke St.). W/ The Red Knife Lottery and Sorry Ladies I'm Spoken For.

Please come out, this should be a really good time.