I wanted to start this off by thanking everyone for the undying support of “Fake History”, and, more recently, the music video we posted. It means a damn lot to all of us. More than we can possibly express through a lifeless keyboard, so, find us one day and we will show you.
Which launches me into the next stanza.
We are working on releasing a couple of songs (yes, b-sides from “Fake History), along with said video, digitally, for you. However long until it comes to fruition, I can’t say. So, be on the lookout and keep updated with us.
We may have seemed a bit less involved lately, which is completely a result of us trying to iron out some wrinkles with our business prospects (Worst/best part of being in a band.), but, I assure you we are still here. We are so “here”, in fact, that we will be going “there” to most probably your city, or somewhere close, very shortly. Tours begin this next week, and, although not fully posted just yet, we will be out for the next two months. Come out and say “Hello.” to us and the others we are touring with (Lower Definition – amazing band/guys. And, others we are excited to be getting to know)
On a side note, we recently began looking into international touring, which will be a very exciting endeavor.
Lastly, a merch store should be up shortly. About fucking time, right? We came to the conclusion we’ve been doing it all wrong… Solution: merchandise, online, available for people to check out. Damn outlandish concept we seemingly never realized.
The Flaming Lips – Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots
“Nausea” by Jean-Paul Sartre
Food for thought:
Let’s focus on the title of this post and weigh out some ideas. Scientists are now coming across a way to literally print organs or limbs (yes, print. Like Hewlett-Packard.) that may be failing in your own body. An article on it can be found here:
Absolutely insane. (In the best way, of course) This is one of the most complex and seemingly impossible things to be presented to humanity, and will extend life expectancy by light years if it’s able to be pulled off. That means that, when we have released the fifteen albums of our career, you’ll have to endure another forty albums until we call it quits in, let’s say, the year 2150… Sucks for you…
Science has a lot of focus on life expectancy as of late, and it’s definitely an interesting subject to contemplate. There definitely are a lot of contending differences with morality when it comes to the idea, but, personally, I wouldn’t mind prolonging another life’s worth of time on this rock. Someone else may be completely content with the amount of time they’re given, and let the inevitable happen – which is great. Definitely changes the idea and worth of life when put into perspective.