Last chance for Love Is Not Control Bonus Pack Preorders has been extended until 9pm tonight!! (eastern time) don’t miss out on the extras!
-immediate free download of all 13 tracks
-exclusive preorder t-shirt not available other than the bonus preorders
-grab bag of TBL merch
-our love and gratitude forever and always
Come out to The Velvet Lounge tonight!
The Blue Letter
8:30pm @ The Velvet Lounge
915 U St NW
Preorders are still available for our new album on CD or 2xLP! Time is running out to get any of the bonus packages on our bandcamp. Bonus packs include the album, exclusive shirt, free immediate download of all 13 tracks, and more. Last chance bonus pack orders are May 6th! Be sure to reserve your copy before it’s too late! Regular preorders will still be available until May 15th. Init Records has an exclusive color not available through our bandcamp, and we have anexclusive color not available through Init Records.
We’re on the last leg of tour! Two more shows before we get back home to all our family and friends we’ve missed since March. Help us remember the trip with the pictures you’ve taken and video you’ve shot! See you in PA and DC!
Providence is one of our favorite places period. Every show has been so much fun and all of our friends in RI are the best. We were super lucky to be able to have a day off and really get to relax and hang out before headed to the last couple shows of tour. Dusk is an incredible venue! Thanks so much to Paul, Sly, for setting up the show and the great bartenders at Dusk for taking care of us. Thanks to our friends in Thrillhouse for coming out to the show, and Alpha Owl & Halo of Ignorance for playing. Of course, thank you to our brothers in Weak Teeth. Those dudes are so rad and generous! Thanks Mike and John for letting us crash for two days. We’re on our way to Bethlehem, Pa for the show at Secret Art Space tonight, DC after that, and then we’ll be home. Hope to see you over the next few days!
The Blue Letter
Halo of Ignorance
9pm. $3. @ The Dusk
301 Harris St
We were able to get to Massachusetts with a little bit of time to kill, so we headed to downtown Lowell to get a feel for the city. We found out that Lowell is the third largest city in MA, and became known for it’s textile production. It also became the first urban national park in the US in the 70s. There are some sweet factories converted in to museums, and cool old steam train engines hanging out around the downtown area…but enough nerding out. The show last night was awesome. Thanks to Tom for keeping The Ant Cellar an awesome place for shows, especially since basements with ceilings taller than 5 ft seems to be a rarity in New England. Thanks to Kala for driving up from Boston. That ruled. Also, thanks to Greg and Andrew for letting us crash and sleep in!