I'm very grateful for services like Spotify, and iTunes. In listening to Spotify tonight, l believe it was the Folk Americana station.
I was frozen to my chair! The beauty of the melodies, the mix of instruments was spot on! Then your voices hit me like a ton of feathers.
Thank you, and all your support staff. Your songs, harmononious blendings, has put a warm feeling back in my tired old heart. All the best guys and gals!!!
This is not much of a question I know, but will you be coming to the NH /Boston area, again?
All the best,
Thanks so much, Gary! Glad the InterWebz are serving their purpose!
We'll be in Cambridge, MA on 3/26 at The Sinclair!
Recently posted a bunch of shows here:
Two of us are allergic to cats, and one has a cat. None of us are allergic to dog, and one of us has a dog.
The band members who are allergic to cats don't like cats very much. The band members who are allergic to dogs don't know it yet, and so they like dogs anyway.
I just finished reading The God of Small Things (and had The God of Loss stuck in my head the whole time!) So after listening to the song a few times, I was wondering from which character's perspective the song is narrated from (as it is written in first-person). My thoughts are either Rahel or Velutha. I think it's more likely to be Velutha, but the song says "I'm the eldest of my brothers" and he has an older brother, making him the youngest... Could you please resolve my confusion as soon as possible? One can only contemplate excellent literature and excellent music for so long...
Velutha is right-o! Changing youngest to eldest was a creative liberty, and you win the prize for being first to publicly call us out on it. The word "eldest" just sings so much better...
It's clearly just you.
Because obviously Paul is the one morphing into Harris.
What a great show at Club Helsinki! I happen to be in town visiting my brother and we caught your show. Love your music and humor! I'd love talk about a stop here in Rochester, NY for a house party when you're passing through. We'd love to host or possibly our friends (Thetimberhouseconcerts.com) Thanks for an awesome night!
Thanks for hanging with us in Hudson! A great first experience at Helsinki...
Would love to get to Rochester someday—shoot an email to our booking agent Mark Lourie (email@example.com) with any ideas?
Usually comes about organically depending on the range, the style, and who feels really connected to a given lyric set.
What was the quote??