Another nice writeup on Pickled Hearts by Red Guitar Music.
The folks over at UK music blog Real Gone gave us an extremely detailed and extensive review for Space, Place, and Time a few years back, and they were recently kind enough to delve into Pickled Hearts. Give it a read here.
Guys! We have new music! Check out a few tracks and pre-order at the link below, or come to our release show this Friday at Bourbon & Branch.
It’s been awhile since we’ve checked in on the website here, since most of our updates happen over on social media. Please stay tuned for lots of news in the coming weeks/months. Keep an eye out for:
- new website
- new merch
- new EP – release show at Bourbon & Branch May 15
- full-length – sometime this fall
Thanks for listening!
“Wooder” is a newer song that we’re pretty pumped about. Unless you were at MilkBoy or the Station, you probably haven’t heard it yet. Give it a listen and let us know what you think. It’ll be on the EP we’re putting out this spring.
It’s quite a feeling to realize that people in other parts of the world are listening to our music–like, really listening to it…and writing extremely detailed and thoughtful reviews.
In late December, we heard through the grapevine that a UK music blog called Real Gone had picked up on our debut EP. (My hunch is our “best of” list appearances must’ve caught someone’s attention.) Among many other flattering things, they nice folks across the pond had this to say:
Great songs and great playing leads to ‘Space, Place & Time’ being a fantastic mood piece. It’s clearly the start of something special…”
They really wrote a fantastic review–and I say that not just because it was so generous. The author obviously took a great deal of time to listen closely and plot out a detailed critique. Please check it out, and while you’re there, browse through the site and read some of the other reviews and recommendations on the site. Anyone who takes music as seriously as those guys do has got to be a great source for emerging artists.
“Best of” lists…yeah, we’re all sick of them at this point. Unless, of course, they include The Naked Sun. We closed out 2013 on high note–Popa’s Tunes named our Space, Place, and Time EP the #2 debut album of 2013. Read more here.
Lisa Regula Meyer over at Ear to the Ground Music also named “Fatigue” one of her top 20 songs of 2013. We’re in the 11 slot, but Lisa says she’s admittedly horrible at ranking, so they’re in no particular order.