03/27/2010 § 8 Comments

Sincerest apologies for our inability to play tonight. Unfortunately, that is the risk run playing house shows. Laws exist, for better or for worse, and often they contradict this endeavor.

For those of you who weren’t at the house in College Park tonight, the boys in blue and their friend the City Manager came out, not to mosh or head walk, but to tell everyone that what we were doing wasn’t an alright thing to be doing. Bummer. More on all that at a later date. I feel like I could write a book on that topic and its many tributaries. And writing a book on this computer would take decades. Which brings me to apology number 2.

Sorry for being so brief. I’d love to stay and chat, but I’m typing presently on our dear, dear friend Colin’s impossibly small computer, and it is giving me all sorts of hell.

Point of all this is that although tonight got shut down before we had the chance to play, we are playing Baltimore, which is a mere stones throw way, twice in the near future. The first being on the 4th of this coming month at a place called Charm City Arts Space with a fantastic band called Pianos Become the Teeth, and the 2nd of which being the 24th of this coming month with Alexisonfire and Trash Talk at Ottobar. It would be fantastic if you’d come out and give us the opportunity to make right the small injustice that occurred earlier.

Also, all is well here. Hope you’re all doing well also.

yrs, Jordan.


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§ 8 Responses to Maryland,

  • Nizzemanden says:

    Aww, that’s such a bummer. House shows rule, police doesn’t… ..or well. they do. they want to. literally speaking. they shouldn’t though 😦
    anyways, hope everything else is fine. Pianos become the etth are so amazing, bands like you and them, makes me wish i lived in the states.

  • Bob says:

    You should definitely write a book, but probably on a different topic. Miss you in the Chuckle Bucket.
    Uncle Bob

  • VJESCI says:

    “it already started in the city
    suburbia will be just as easy
    there’s so many of us” …lets have a show.

  • Emily says:

    Thank you so much for coming out to the show. I’m so sorry you didn’t get to play. I can’t express how upset I was when it was shut down. Hopefully I’ll be able to make it to the show on the 24th.

  • Yea, it was a huge bummer! The ridiculous amount of alcohol/drugs and obvious underage drinking most definitely didn’t help the matter. Many people weren’t very respectful of that house either. Just some of the things I noticed.

    I’ll most definitely journey back up that way for the next two Baltimore shows! It was a nice little commute, and a definite bummer for all of us, but it was worth being able to briefly talk to you all, and see the other great bands.

    I’ll catch you in a few week, friends.

    I love you guys,

  • hahahahaha its soo small. jeremys phone is bigger.

  • adsfa says:

    “And I remember in a basement sharing sweat
    With all these stranger boys and girls,”

  • Nathan Bradford says:

    all i have to say on the matter…and why i hate cops shutting down shows……REFUSED last show….or their lack of!

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