Monday, November 22, 2010

The week before Thanksgiving


-Slept in

-Watched some squirrels play and fed them bread and chips (they like hint of lime)

-Discussed how excited we are about the Two Wounded Birds release (it sounds amazing)

-Made cupcakes for no particular reason

-Bought an unnatural amount of coffee from Starbucks

-wrote an 8 page paper about art from 1200-1400 (Justin did this, not I)

It was a nice day. I wish I had pictures (mainly of the squirrels), but I've been bad about that lately. But people can change, so there's hope for more visually interesting posts in the future.

We're going to start recording Christmas music this week. It's the most wonderful time of the year!

Monday, November 15, 2010

Well, everything seems to be coming together this week! I can't wait to get my hands on that Two Wounded Birds EP and those Young Friends! I thought I would share another side note and let everyone know the pre-order is up for our debut Soda Shop 7" single titled "Farewell" from our friends over at Shelflife Records here!

Saturday, November 13, 2010

he did care when i cut my hair...

Well, i'm somewhere in europe and I'm wishing I was home. I am grateful I assure you, but after a year of this I just miss my friends, and my own bed, and other things a little. It's so crazy that we're actually about to put out actual stuff. I have everything on a rush order because Two Wounded Birds are on tour with us now and I want them to have some cds to sell! Tonight Johnny Danger and I traded jackets. I think we were both just ready for a change. I haven't worn a jean jacket in a while, and Johnny looks quite nice in my aviator jacket. Andrew from the Young Friends wore it on halloween as part of an Indiana Jones costume, and it worked quite well for that too. we all hung out with the guys form the band Cut Your Hair tonight. they are nice. It is 4:36 am in Spain and there is still some raging party going on outside. I am going to watch Milo and Otis and go to sleep. It's actually a very intense film.

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Halloween is over, the Great Pumpkin came and vanished again until next year. Of course this doesn't mean we no longer have anything to look forward to, there is still plenty of pumpkin pie to be eaten, fireplaces to be lit, the coming of snow and new Christmas songs to be written. Pardon my nostalgia, I will now leave you with this...