Posts by Steve
“Summertime jams” and “Little Silver” are not often uttered in the same sentence, but here are two blasts of sunny goodness for your listening pleasure. Have a listen (loud) and happy summer!
Erika and Steve set up around our desk in the half-finished attic, called our brand-new neighbor Brian Slattery to play bass, set a Nauga up on an easel (you gotta watch til the end), and ran through “Longest Day of the Year” for NPR’s Tiny Desk Contest. Check it!
- Rolling Stone: “…does what great, grown-up indie rock at its best has always done.” Full review here.
- Associated Press: “Little Silver has familiar, delicious vibe… ethereal harmonies, majestic arrangements and gentle melodies.” Full review here.
- No Depression: “Don’t wait for them to come to your town; just buy the darn record.” Full review here.
We’re live! Our debut full-length is available everywhere digitally, and on vinyl and CD at our store, where it’s tucked in alongside some rad t-shirts. Take a look people! The LP, especially, is beautifully packaged and a wonder to behold. We’re very excited to share this new music.
Here’s a version of “The Luckiest Thief” that our friend Jefferson Ogata shot at the Galaxy Hut show in Arlington, October 2017.
Here’s our debut video from Somewhere You Found My Name, Zack Taylor’s stunning treatment of “The Slowing and the Start.” There’s a bit in there from Erika about “cosmological freakout”, too. Freak out!
Here’s a beautiful video for the title track of the album, created by Lucia Grillo / Calabrisella Films.
And here’s Alexis Fleisig’s knock-em-sock-em video for “One Stepper”.
Lucia Grillo / Calabrisella Films created this gorgeous video for “Somewhere You Found My Name.” The track was written for someone we barely knew at the time, our newborn second daughter, but by Lucia’s hand, the lovesong is extended to an entire cast of strangers and the whole of the city of New York.
We had a heck of a good time debuting this album before a couple crowds of good friends and kind strangers. NJ pics by Jim Appio; NY pics by Patrick McNulty.