Hey guys! Our Fall/Winter tour is coming together. We’ll be playing new music from our debut LP Dream Harvest as well as the classic oldies you know and love.
Come see us cause we love playing live and if you want us to play your city don’t hesitate to reach out. See you out there!
TWO shows back to back during Yankee Homecoming? Hell Yes! August 6th at Newburyport Brewing from 5:00-8:00 and August 7th at the waterfront stage from 3:00-4:00! Home town throw DOWN!
See you there! xoxo
Our first ever MicroBrewery MicroTour is this week!! We couldn’t be more pumped to play at the lovely Aeronaut Brewery again this coming Thursday (St. Patty’s day!) and then bring it to our hometown, Newburyport, at the Newburyport Brewery on Friday.
If you’re in the area and like craft beer and jazzy math rock music, come check it out!
The shows are both FREE. We’re on 7-8pm at Aeronaut and 5-8pm at Newburyport Brewery. Hope to see you there!
Hey everyone come over to the Pine Box Rock Shop for our Brooklyn debut! We’ll have visuals and there will be NO cover!
See you there!
We’ve got a new show coming up at Desmond’s Tavern this Saturday, February 15. Come check us out, with some other sweet bands! $8 cover, $5 in advance. Here’s the event info. If you’re there, come say hi!
Being a young band… by band standards… because we’re, like, old.
Or at least middle age, when it comes to musicians… we decided to take stock of what awaited us starting off in Boston.
Beings fans of math rock and most creative musics we found ourselves among great company in the Boston area.
Here are five math rock bands from Boston-ish that you should know about, and who we greatly enjoy…in no particular order. Our resident drummer Tim, (also the drummer for the band DOZE) had a show with one of the bands on our list, Ghosts of Sailors at Sea. They just released a killer new album that can be heard below.
What is it about math rock? Is it the constant, organized chaos of all the instruments clashing together?
The total unpredictability of the rhythm and the plain WEIRD sounds the bands produce?
Maybe it’s just the fact that no math rock band will ever, ever get famous.
Whatever it is, the harmonious chaos that is math rock makes it perfect for commuting: by car, foot, subway… land, sea or air.
Here are three of our favorites: