Life on the road has been good for us. We’ve played some awesome shows so far in Atlanta, Greenville SC and Greenville NC. We’ve gone swimming more than we have showered and the van is running like a champ. Here is what we have gotten into since we left Orlando…
And that’s all for now folks. Come out to a show and say HI!
Hey awesome news. I finally landed a photo in AP magazine! Seth and Kevin of Topshelf records acting too cool for school. This was shot in Peabody, MA at the b9 record’s warehouse back when I was on tour with You Blew It
Things are crazy and I am having trouble keeping up with all the photos. Maybe its because i am playing too much Pokemon on my computer.
Brooklyn was hot. Brooklyn was really really hot and we all sweat a disgusting amount at Friendship Fest in Suburbia.
Flannel Gurl Records!
Most of you know by now, the guys got an awesome opportunity to open up for Motioncity Soundtrack in Boston, MA. The show was more than fun, and we got to celebrate with our friends at topshelf.
We needed three merch guys that night
First pony tail/pre show huddle for YBI
But let’s be honest. Motioncity killed it. We had a ton of fun watching their set.
They closed with The Future Freaks Me Out, and yes I freaked out a bit.
The next day the wonderful Kevin Duquette took us on a tour through Boston.
and then this happened.
That night we played a house show in Worcester, MA. This pic is apparently punk rock because it already got 1,100 notes.
I am a sucker for summer time magic hours.
and then we brought the house down.
The next couple days in Boston were really awesome. We stunk up Kevin’s apartment, celebrated the fourth of July…in the rain, and made Kevin do our laundry.
Special thanks to Seth and Kevin for coming out to the shows and putting up with us for 5 days. I think the band finally signed their contract, even though they drew penises on it. And I got to do a photo shoot with Kevin and Seth for AP. I think this will be my first image to get published in that magazine.
This show as absolutely wild. These guys had so much energy which made it hard to shoot! Besides my lens fogging up because of the heat, I had to constantly wipe sweat and water off my lens, which I do not mind at all.