This song is somewhat autobiographical. It’s about two friends; one sleepwalking from revelation to revelation, the other living the in-between, protecting the narrator (mostly physically) as they make their way across the country. And it’s also about the healing power of a large soda.
New bad news! Listen over at our bandcamp page . Also, watch Bruce Mcculloch’s monologue from Kid’s in the Hall to see the inspiration behind the title.
Here’s our new single! We just couldn’t wait any longer to share it, and we want you to have it for your Monday morning commute.
It’s up on bandcamp for free/name-your-price, w/ no email address required — we figure that the type of people who’d be interested in our music would prefer to stay off the grid.
This Thursday we’re playing at Rockwood Music Hall Stage 2, and we’ll be in full ‘Father + Sons Bomb Defusal‘ regalia!
Our music video comes out this Wednesday June 4th! — You can watch it here (youtube.com/themayorofbadnews) starting at 10AM/EST
Its about self-absorption, heartbreak and a Father and Sons Bomb Defusal company that hangs in the balance — We really hope you dig it!
A New Arena Dogs is up from our show at Fontana’s earlier in the month. The show was a lot of fun and a big part of that was because we shared the bill with friends Man From Glove & Dead Lore – the other part, equally as big, maybe bigger, definitely more important, was that the audience was cool and the sound was good.
We hope you enjoy this volume; Max plays bass, Sam shreds & Wowie speaks.
P.S. Volumes 1-4 are now available through our site on the Arena Dogs page & Bandcamp.
Cast & crew after our first day of shooting the music video for “Everglades, FL”.
A new Arena Dogs is up, and available through subscription to our email list. This month’s features a couple live recordings from our show at The Bitter End in August — Please, enjoy it.
LOCAL PROGRAMMING EP 2: Real World, DC I YouTube
Watch episode 2 of Local Programming featuring art work by Mindy Seeger — please, enjoy.
We’re gonna play a whole bunch of songs, including a new one about a homicidal JV soccer team that tries to cover up the murder of their high school science teacher, so it should be a good time.
Our set starts at 7pm, sharp.
Hope to see you there!