Heading into Fall

     It was just about a year ago that Jeff, Steve and I started playing together in Jeff's attic on Huntingdon Street in New Brunswick, and I couldn't be more excited with how it all grew.  As always, we're so thankful to be able to share what we love with you, and we've got some big things on the horizon.  We've started to record the rest of our first album, which we hope to have ready for release by late November!  There is so much work to be done, which means we'll be cutting back on our frequency of shows until the album is finished.  We'll be posting our progress, and everything else on all of our social accounts (Instagram, mostly).  

   We'll also have some merchandise available here soon, which will help fund our album production.  I've been hand-printing shirts for months now, and we're finally going to add them (in small batches) to our online store, which is in the process of being made.  There will also be hand-printed, original cyanotype images available (we're a hand-made sort of group), and as soon as I get a negative enlarger, I'll start printing black and white photographs as well.  More on all of that stuff later!  

     A couple of weeks ago, we were featured as The Audible Threshold's "Artist to Watch."  We were honored to be interviewed for the article, and we'd like to extend a huge thanks to our friend Logan Stoneman for all of his work to make it happen.  You can read the whole article by clicking the goofy picture of us below!  

--Brian