Aquarian Weekly has published a nice review of our new LP, saying that Wormburner “effortlessly melds indie, punk, power pop, and rock into a diverse, yet cohesive sound.” Click here to read the full piece!
We’re the featured Song of the Day today at KEXP! This is the second time we’ve had this honor bestowed upon us by Seattle’s indie rock king-makers. Tune in this afternoon and/or subscribe to the KEXP Song of the Day Podcast for a free digital download of our new song “Somewhere Else To Be”.
Inside Hook has featured our new song “Somewhere Else To Be” on their October Spotify Playlist. We’re one of only 15 songs alongside new material from Ok Go, Weezer, Foxygen, and Cold War Kids.
The lead-off track to our new album tells the story of downed airman in WWII Europe, all of it packed into a mere 2 minutes and 30 seconds. Introducing the official music video for “Hopscotch Gunner“.
NYC Taper recorded our live show at Mercury Lounge last Friday, and claims to have “caught a pretty strong whiff of some of the better post-grunge bands, especially the mostly-forgotten Harvey Danger.” Click here to listen to the full set or even just a couple of select tracks.
Impose Magazine published an interview with Hank and detailed review of our new LP, calling it “a rich array of narratives and tales from life’s front lines [that] yields new discoveries with every listen”.
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Another song premiere, this one courtesy of Artist Direct. Check out “Made-for-TV Movie”, which was originally our attempt at writing a Smithereens song. It turned into something different entirely.
Indie rock king-makers KEXP in Seattle have officially added our new album to their charts. We’re right alongside new records by The Drums, Lucinda Williams, Robert Plant and U2. “Pleasant Living in Planned Communities” comes out 09/30/14.
Pleasant Living in Planned CommunitiesBuy digitally through iTunes
Our third LP! This album’s cast of desperate characters includes a downed airman in WWII Europe, a 21st Century soldier returning home from battle, and a transient gay hustler whose youthful looks are weathering with age.
“Anthemic indie rock with a punk rock kick” – KEXP in Seattle