You Shouldn’t Have To Ask
To be released on January 11, 2019!
This song ended up spurring on a record that we’re about to go make the day after it comes out, and we couldn’t be more excited if we tried - in regards to the song and the record. We kept it local this time, and Sean McLaughlin handled the production, recording, and mixing, and Greg Abate took care of the mastering.
Space Between’s protest song, and the last song featuring Wells on vocals. He and I wrote this song in the wake of the 2016 election and released it on Election Day in 2018. All proceeds go toward the ACLU.
A Good Hurt
Inspired by the energy of having a band again, the four of us went to LA to work with Brian Packer on what became A Good Hurt. It features two songs (Portrait and Three Years) written and sung by our now-departed keyboardist and vocalist, Wells Albritton (who also sings on the tile track). We recorded this over a two day period at Kingsize Soundlabs as well as one evening at casa del Packer. Mastering was done by Donovan Edelstein.
Where The Mountain Should Be
My first EP - I recorded this with my dear friend Brian Packer (producer/engineer/more guitars) at Kingsize Soundlabs in Los Angeles, California along with Nate Laguzza (drums and percussion) and Adam Popick (bass, organ, and piano) over the course of one Sunday afternoon. Additional tracking (vocals, lead guitar, and more guitar) was done at casa del Packer. I built the band I have now around this sound and this record.