here are some pictures from a few weeks ago in Summerville, SC, and Charleston, SC. it was so great to play with Mr. Jenkins and Sonen at two separate gigs in one night. great people.
it sucked not succeeding at the Kickstarter, but was encouraging seeing so many people support us in those final hours.
oh, and the Tin Roof’s hot dogs live up to the hype. dang.
Want this shirt? Back us on Kickstarter. Time is running out. http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/889623760/we-want-to-hear-the-geminids-by-the-lovely-few
We’re in the final days of raising money for our forthcoming album “The Geminids.” With each thousand dollars you pledge, we will release a new (rough cut of a) track. Here’s the first track for the first thousand.
The album will be 16 tracks long, and we only need two thousand more dollars to make it a reality.
Source: SoundCloud / The Lovely Few
HEAD OF JUPITER — Roman glyptic, 1st century AD. Carnelian, orange, translucent; ring in modern gold setting. Per Wikipedia, carnelian is a “brownish-red mineral which is commonly used as a semi-precious gemstone.” It’s a variety “of the silica mineral chalcedony colored by impurities of iron oxide. The color can vary greatly, ranging from pale orange to an intense almost-black coloration. It is most commonly found in Brazil, India, Siberia, and Germany.” (Kunsthistorisches Museum)
We are doing a Kickstarter to complete our next full length album “The Geminids.” We made this video about it, including an acoustic version of “Jupiter,” one of the songs on the record.
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