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.
There's been a lot of talk recently about ghost-this, ghost-that. Busting, -isbehere, emails, octopus, governments.... You could say ghosts are trending. And if you thought Gene Wildest are above throwing their sweat-stained hats into that buzzfood ring, you are way off, my friends. We're hoppin' aboard that hashtagcontent train, and riding it all the way to the bank. We swear we won't #ghost on you loyal fans on our way to the top.
Like trippy space rock? Surf the slime with this new ditty.
We've booked a string of weekend shows through the end of the year, and we'll be hitting some new towns, including Ewing and Bensalem! We've got a handful of new tunes that are just waiting to get some booties shaking, too, so check out the Shows page for more info on where and when you can rock with us.
Here's one we've been playing for some time and, thankfully, finally recorded. And, no, Brian didn't finally hit puberty. That's Eric you hear on vocals...for the first, but certainly not the last, time.