The music video for our new single is ready, thanks to our friend Ryan Grandy and Grandy Productions! It's posted on this blog and on the main page of our site.
We had fun with this one (you can tell from the pictures and podcast), and we hope you enjoy it. You can check out more below or on our YouTube channel, and hear more of our self-titled album here.
The song is called See the Plan, and it's technically a waltz. Once in a while you've just gotta write a 6/8 waltz in B flat. We're playing with a capo on fret 3 in G if you're strumming along at home. More importantly, Ryan filmed us with help from Barry at UPB's Bromeley Theatre and at Stone Tower in Allegany State Park. Thanks again to Ryan.
We have more surprises to announce later this month, including more summer show dates and new music - So stay tuned!
I wrote each of these three sections about a month ago and decided it'd be better just to share them all at once. I'm always trying to share ideas with my musician friends and aspiring musician friends. This is some of the best info I have, and I've divided it into three parts: Playing to the audience, Songwriting ideas and finally Booking gigs. Excuse me for rambling like I usually do, but I hope it's helpful:
"I did name my cat Abbey after all, although I do frequently point out that she's named after the most overrated Beatles album. Please let me know how wrong I am!"
Well I'm sure everyone has their own opinions on the tunes of Summer 1999, and there's no doubt you're dying to see mine. This list is self-explanatory and totally awesome. Sure, the early '90s were much, much better, but '99 was pretty timeless. Let's not waste any time:
MMOC frontman Tyler Calkins does his usual ranting