Come join us Saturday, April 22 for a night paying tribute to Eric, enjoying live music, and lending a helping hand. For $30, you'll get unlimited food, domestic beer, and wine from 6 pm to 10 pm. The Not Fur Longs and Human Sounds are joining us on stage, and there will be auctions and raffles a plenty. Come celebrate the life of an awesome man, and help support his incredible family at the same time. We hope to see you there!
Hey sk8er bois and grrrls, our album Everything is now available for streaming and download on Spotify, iTunes, CDBaby, and Bandcamp. Check it out. Or say "c u l8r boi". Either is fine by us.
Here's another new one off our album 'Everything'. One local 8-year-old raved in his review of it, "Brian should sing more manly like a rock singer." Not too shabby!
Here’s a new tune from our album ‘Everything’, available January 6th. It’s a special one to us. Eric wrote the bass lines, we filled in the rest during our first jam with them, and what you hear on this final track is more or less what we came up with together that night...the truest representation of our sound as a band in that moment and now a sort of guidepost for our songwriting moving forward. We’d love for you to give it a listen.
It's an album. For you. By us. Our first. Finally.
On Friday, January 6, come grab a copy at our show at Boot & Saddle.
This is our only recording of the full band performing Eric's last complete song. It's a very early, rough rendition, but we wanted to get it out there. He wrote it about his daughter Ella, and it turned into something special, we think. Eric's solo demo version, with clear lyrics and beautiful instrumentation, can be listened to here.
Hey friends, we've uploaded audio of our MilkBoy set from last month's show. The audio's not great, but Eric's performance was. Which shouldn't come as a surprise because he truly played every show like it was his last. If you've got 30 minutes, please give it a listen.
Rest easy, Gene. You were both too wild and too sweet for this earth. The world lost our namesake this week, yet it gained a Gene Wildest/Electric Six team-up at MilkBoy in Philly on October 4th. So there's that. All right, we know it can't completely ease our collective grieving, but it's a start, right? Get your tickets here. We're excited for this one.