Wow, it's been 4 years since our first official release, let's have a party! How about two parties!
We've tapped some really fantastic bands to help us celebrate this weekend. Here are the line-ups for both nights.
Friday, April 11th at the Sidewinder
Wire Faces is playing Day 2 (today!!!) of the Colorado Music Party at South-by-Southwest. Presented by Reverb, SpokesBUZZ, and OpenAirCPR with support from New Belgium Brewing, Colorado Creative Industries, Visit Colorado and 20+ partners, the Party features fantastic bands playing on two stages at 512 on 6th all day, here is the full schedule:
West Coast, Shady Elders are headed your way!
Here are the full dates:
3/13 - Salt Lake City, Burt's Tiki Lounge
3/14 - Sacramento, Harlow's (w/ Cayucas)
3/16 - San Francisco, Hotel Utah
3/18 - Portland, High Water Mark
3/19 - Bellingham, The Green Frog
3/20 - Seattle, El Corazon
3/21 - Missoula, Old Beck VFW
tour poster credit: Stuart Confer
Late last year Princess Music played a handful of shows in NYC, and among them was a Buzzsession for The Wild Honey Pie. A few months later and the videos have just been posted, and boy were they worth the wait! Beautifully shot and immaculately recorded; watch the band perform "White Wave" and "Vik."
Safe Boating is No Accident's excellent new full-length BONUS FEATURES is now available for purchase!
"A wildly compelling rock band with a fully-intact sense of humor" - Westword
"These are songs that would find a nice home alongside ’70s Lou Reed and Elvis Costello, two punk/rock artists in love with pop in an Andy Warhol sort of ironic-yet-earnest way." - REVERB
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Safe Boating is No Accident has just released a new video for the song "Lover/Undercover." Reverb has the premiere, and they call the album "...songs that would find a nice home alongside ’70s Lou Reed and Elvis Costello, two punk/rock artists in love with pop in an Andy Warhol sort of ironic-yet-earnest way."
Last month we told you that The Blue Rider would be playing Treefort Music Festival in Boise, and now Colfax Speed Queen has been added to the bill as well. The third and final wave of artists announced includes a host of Denver bands (including Ned Garthe, featuring Garthe, Stuart Confer, and Spence Alred, all formerly of the recently defunct Hindershot) in addition to some new headliners like Mount Eerie, The Cave Singers, Gift of Gab, the Budos Band, Nurses, and many more.
It's barely been a year since Wire Faces released their excellent full-length, King Cataract, but the band is already writing and recording new material. The first of the new tunes is "Lend Me Your Ear," whose accompanying video was produced by the fine folks at Bocumast. Check it out here...