New Shows!

We’ve been hunkered down in the studio, working on the follow-up to Calling Out. Our sessions at Ultrasuede Studio are going well, with production and engineering duties handled by the swell team of John Hoffman, Jerri Queen, and Gary Shell. We’ll be back out soon with a fun mix of shows. Come say hello…

Saturday, 5.21.16
Washington Park
OTR Summer Celebration with Cincy Brass, Comet Bluegrass All-Stars, Perfect Children, My Brothers’ Keeper, Jess Lamb, Wonky Tonk, and Baoku Moses
* We’re on 1:45-2:30

Saturday, 5.28.16
Pine Room Tavern
Nashville, IN
* 8pm

Saturday, 06.11.16
Southgate House Revival
Tiny Desk Showcase Presented By WVXU
with Adam Stone, BAOKU, Comprador, Elk Creek, Ellie Fabe, Equator Bear, Founding Fathers, Heather Hamlet, Kaitlyn Peace Music, Kyle English, Salty Candy, and Soft Peaks
* 9pm

Friday, 06.17.16
Price Hill Will Summer Concert Series at St. Lawrence Square
* time tba

Going Underground

Thanks to everyone who packed the Woodward Theater for our show with New Sincerity Works and The Ready Stance. It was a fantastic night all around. Our good friend Michael Kearns captured us and TRS for Cincymusic.com.

We head into Ultrasuede Studio in early April to start on the follow-up to Calling Out. See you soon…

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New show! Feb 26 @ Woodward Theater

Woodward show! Here is our first show of the year, and it’s going to be a great one. Besides the great lineup, it’s the release party for New Sincerity Works’ fabulous new record, Nowadays. Here’s the scoop:

Friday, February 26
Woodward Theater

8:45pm:    The Ready Stance
9:50pm:    Pike 27
10:55pm:  New Sincerity Works

Chris Comer will join us on keys again, and we’ll have new songs in tow.

Cincymusic Photos + What’s Next

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Pike 27 w/ special guest Dan Mecher @ The Listing Loon

Thanks to our good friend Michael Kearns (Flowers For The Void Media) and Cincymusic.com for capturing our last show of 2015, a great night at the Listing Loon with Dan Mecher.

We’re hunkering down so we can dream it all up again, to paraphrase one of our favorite artists. This year’s model was derailed by a nasty disease. With said disease kicked to the curb, we’re getting back on track with plans for a new record, more videos, new projects, and shows in different spaces and places. More on all of this when we know.

Until then, thanks for spending time with us this year. Best wishes for wonderful holidays, and a healthy, music-filled new year.

September 19 @ Fifty Fest and more…

150818_FiftyFest_Poster-wcpoLooking forward to our next show at Fifty West’s Fifty Fest. The festival runs from noon-midnight — we’re on the Cottage Stage at 7:30pm. We’ll be in stripped-down mode with our friend Chuck Wiggins sitting in on accordion and keyboards. If you don’t know Chuck, he’s one of the best keyboard players in the city.

We’re at Walnut Hills’ Five Points Biergarten the next day. Looking forward to making our second annual appearance there.

On a different note, here’s the latest post from Dave Killen on his journey back to good health. Dave, Jacqui, and all of us in the band appreciate the love and support you’ve sent their way. It makes a difference.

Fountain Square on Aug. 28 + Cancer Sucks

P27 Indie SummerWhen you last heard from us, we were planning to go away for the summer to record the follow-up to Calling Out. That was before we received the devastating news that Dave Killen (drummer, multi-instrumentalist, singer of the lovely high harmonies) has a recurrence of lymphoma. He successfully beat it into remission four years ago and was just a few months shy of the five-year “all clear” mark. Dave has undergone two rounds of chemo so far with positive results. Soon, he will go through a final round of chemo and an autologous stem cell transplant.

Dave and his wife Jacqui have taken on this challenge with their usual strength, good cheer, and sense of humor. They are sharing their journey via their blog, Nashville or Bust. Please keep them in your thoughts and prayers.

Until Dave is back to full health, our good friend Chris Mueller of Alone At 3AM volunteered to play drums at our Fountain Square and Bend Fest shows. We are deeply grateful to Chris for stepping up, and to Dave, who was insistent that cancer not get in the way of what promise to be three great shows. We are a band of brothers — we will make Dave proud.

Hope to see you at Fountain Square — August 28. The show starts at 7pm with JetLab — we’re on at 9pm, between The Perfect Children and Wussy.