Zack, the butterfly man
We have been quiet for far too long. It has been somewhat by choice, however there has been a lot of work that we have kept underground. We are ready to surface from this basement that we have been conjuring ing for the past few months. There are some changes, changes that will reshape the band and take us to new heights. We have always been a hardworking band, playing every show we can, leaving the country to play shows, skipping work to play shows. It is time for us to bring that back, I think the weather is driving us out of this quasi hibernation.
We are happy to announce the joining of our fourth bassist, my sister, Rachel Bright. She has quietly been working with Evan and I since early February on new material, and new sounds, We broke the news to Zack earlier this week, and he is stoked to switch over to guitar. Zack hasn’t played guitar in a band in like three years. I loved being in a three piece with Evan and Zack, they are true masters of their craft, and I am excited for us to continue on together with the strength of a new member.
We are a four piece now. Full wall of sound ahead.
We have a whole new repertoire and plans to tour this summer.
Well it is night five here in Barcelona Spain. We got here Wednesday and seemed to have brought the rain from London with us. Not bad at all though, weather is warm, and have had nothing but good company. We are staying at a friend’s place here and, they have all been great hosts to us. The culture here is quite unbelievable. The narrow streets, Gothic architecture, and hot nights can swallow you whole if you’re not careful. Each step you take in the city, literally every step someone is whispering at you trying to peddle something to you. If you’re one who is easily viced i suggest you you careful in a place like Barca. We have had a lot of good times here, many nights bleed late, and into the the early dawn of the new day. The next stop is Paris, we will be approaching the city either tomorrow or the next, and bring some English tunes to whomever cares to listen. Going to miss the Sangria.