Pre-Order Tour Merch!

We’re printing up some sweet zippered hoodies for our upcoming tour, but since we’re not sure how many people will want to spend $40 on one, we’re paranoid simultaneously about ordering too many (and winding up with more boxes of stuff in one of our garages) and ordering too few (thus disappointing fans in NY or Boston if they all get sold before we get there).

To deal with this dilemma, we have decided to let folks who really, really want one pre-order, so they are guaranteed to get one. This will have the added benefit of helping us figure out how many to print.

If you’re coming to one of our east coast shows in October/November, just click the BUY NOW button below, select your size, and fill out the resulting form. We’ll have a hoodie in the size you requested waiting at the merch table for you — just give your name, and receive your lovely gear. And if you wind up not making the show for any reason, never fear, as PayPal will have collected your address and we can ship it to you once we’re home on November 2nd.

If you won’t be coming to a show, but still want one of these lovely hoodies, you can still press the BUY NOW button. You will also be guaranteed a hoodie, which will ship to you in early November, once we’ve returned from the road.


Another Video!

Propeller Sound Recordings just released the second official single from our upcoming LP, “Normal Never Was.” Donors to our IndieGoGo campaign already received that one back in January, but the video should make for a pleasing surprise, consisting as it does of 20 years’ worth of live footage condensed into under 3 minutes of pop punk glory.

Thanks to everyone who’s mailed us VHS tapes and DVDs of shows they’ve attended over the years. if we used your footage, we appreciate it. Even if we didn’t use your footage, we still appreciate it.

Donor single #9

Happy new month. September brings yet another single release fetauring tunes that will not be on October’s LP.

The A-side is called “Better Than Being Alone.” It’s about what it sounds like it’s about.

B-side number one is an electro-funk tune that a couple band members really wanted on the album, but they got outvoted. It’s called “Dance Like a Child.”

And this month’s fan commission is called “Just Jen,” which was purchased as a fiftieth birthday present to his wife by Sean McVeigh.