the long drive to Atlanta

04/30/2010 § 6 Comments

before I get back into the 3rd quarter of Stephen King’s Salem’s Lot, I thought I’d post a few things that may be of interest to some of you.

-first, we recently did an interview with kris at lushbeat that can be found right here.

-next, our good friends in Orlando do a podcast at Full Sail University called Team FatKid, and they were kind enough to record an episode with us before we had to load in to the venue. check the podcast out HERE.

Hope everyone is safe and well, we’re having a good time.

now back to my book.

-Bradley

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§ 6 Responses to the long drive to Atlanta

  • Karen says:

    that was a great interview! looking forward to playing the la dispute drinking game!

  • Jordan says:

    Dudes, which album is “Why It Scares Me” on?

  • @Jordan- If I’m not mistaken, it’s from La Dispute’s upcoming split with Touché Amoré due out this summer.

    Oh, and Jeremiah and I tried the drinking game last night. Note to self: ONLY drink for darling or lover. Do NOT sub in “love” as well. We did and we only got through about 4 songs.

  • Jordan says:

    first time i heard this was at baltimore with pbtt. so perfect and makes me so excited for the split

  • They played both songs at their show in Orlando, and after that I became quite excited myself. They talk about how they made the splits in that podcast interview we did with them.

    Wish I could see them with Pianos though…

    Catch the wave.

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