Here it is, folks – the final installment of our Live at Jupiter video series, brought to you by Fin Records! Like the previous video, “Novelty’s Gone,” this track features the talents of Craig Flory on tenor saxophone and Tom Yoder on trombone, who also played on the album version. We hope you enjoy “Better to Be Broken Than Blind”!
But that’s not all – we also have a couple of cool all-ages shows coming up over the next two weeks that we’d love to tell you about. First up is the Fin Records Showcase at Northwest Folklife, this Friday, May 24 at Seattle Center. Fin’s taking over the Fountain Lawn stage from 6-9pm, and we’re proud to be playing alongside labelmates Lures, Low Hums, and Davidson Hart Kingsbery. RJM headlines at 8:15pm.
We’re honored to join a stellar lineup, featuring national acts like Redd Kross (!), Charles Bradley, and the Breeders, alongside local compatriots (and Fin Records labelmates) Davidson Hart Kingsbery, Mark Pickerel, and many, many more! Check out the full lineup.
Our performance will take place on Monday, September 2. More details (set times/stage location) coming soon – in the meantime, get your tickets here!
This is a big win for us, and we couldn’t have done it without your tremendous support over the years. Thank you all!
PS – Check out their killer lineup announcement video, and look for us on the viaduct!
In the second installment of Fin Records‘ Live at Jupiter video series, our Johnny Sangster and Jeff Brown-supplemented lineup tackles a gem from side B of Someone Else’s Cake, with an added bonus: Messrs. Craig Flory and Tom Yoder on tenor saxophone and trombone, respectively! This is the only time “Novelty’s Gone” has been performed with horns (thus far), so we’re thrilled to have captured it on video for posterity.
And if you missed last week’s installment, here’s our live take on “Ron Nasty”:
Thanks so much to all of the folks who made it out to see our “Touched By an Angel” West Coast tour! It was a great success, and now we’re rested and ready to celebrate with our biggest hometown show of the spring – this Friday, May 3 at the beautiful Columbia City Theater.
Andy and Lincoln stopped by The Mixtape podcast last week to play a couple of acoustic numbers and chat with host Sean DeTore about the show, the history of the band, and traditional anniversary gifts. Listen here.
Earlier this year, we invited some close friends to Jupiter Studios in Wallingford and performed a few selections from Someone Else’s Cake, with some very special guests (including our producer Johnny Sangster and our pal Jeff Brown from Half Rushmore) along for the ride. Check out the first installment of this new video series from Fin Records above, and keep an eye out for more videos in the coming weeks!
Hello, friends! We’re setting out next week for a series of West Coast dates in support of Someone Else’s Cake, and if you live in Portland, Eugene, Davis, or the Bay Area, we’d love to see you at one of the shows!
We’ll also be doing as many in-studio and in-store performances as our schedule will accommodate along the way. Check out our dates below, and see our Shows page for full details (including streaming information for the radio performances).
We’re warming up with a hometown show at the Skylark Cafe in West Seattle this Friday, April 12, with brother bands Explone & Half Rushmore. Come send us off in style!
Last but certainly not least, we want to thank our friends at KRBX 89.9FM Radio Boise for spinning Someone Else’s Cake over the last few weeks. If you’re already a listener, shoot a request to your favorite DJ…and if you’re not a listener, remedy that post-haste by tuning in at radioboise.org!