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Live on WMFO: Part 2

Post From Bob

The second part of our interview where we discuss the challenges in writing and recording a country song, and performance of “This Heart Won’t Wait Around”.

Live on WMFO: Part 1

Post From Bob

The first part of our interview and performance on WMFO including an acoustic rendition of “Find My Way” and an explanation as to why this album took so long to finish.

What Happened To The Guitar Solo?

Post From Scott

We have no less than three proper guitar solos on our new album. In addition to these solos we have a collection of notable riffs that are something of a chore to dissect and execute in and of themselves. It should be no surprise, then, that the perceived absence of this rock staple in contemporary popular music leaves me feeling unsettled.

We Wrote A Country Song

Post From Scott

I read somewhere that all artistic expression can be reduced to two categories: self-escape and self-confrontation. It should be no surprise to anyone familiar with our music that the overwhelming majority of our songs reside under the gloomy umbrella of self-confrontation…

This Is Our Story

Post From Scott

Approximately fifteen years ago, after having already spent an entire childhood together indulging in various creative pursuits, the two of us decided that we wanted to start a band. At this particular point in time I didn’t sing at all and Bob was fairly new to the guitar.

Video Blog: Find My Way

Post From Bob

Not quite a single, not quite a deep cut. Just a pretty little love song siting somewhere in the middle with a whole lot of melody.

Video Blog: Say It’s True

Post From Bob

It is a deeply held belief of ours that the opening track of an album should be a sonic explosion that immediately sets the mood for everything that follows. If we have truly succeeded at this task then this video should get you very, very excited.

Video Blog: Whisper (Live)

Post From Bob

The penultimate track on our new album. Instead of talking about the recording for this song we decided to play some of it for you. We hope you enjoy this uplifting ditty about failed ambitions and self doubt.