I wrote Pendulum in a time when I was feeling more stagnant than productive, mourning the monotony of daily life, and constantly mulling over the now iconic trope: "Time is a flat circle."Read More
1. Thanks so much to everyone that came by The Radio Room last Friday night to see the first full band Slow and Steady show. It was a very refreshing time for all of us and I can't express enough how nice it feels to have so many people interested in what I am doing/me as a person enough to make it out. We are already working on making it back around Christmas and I will give you guys details on that as soon as they are available to me.
2. Tracking for the full length is 99.9% done, and mixing is underway. I couldn't be more pleased with what we were able to accomplish in such a short time. Due to funding and the busy schedules at record pressing plants during the holiday season, It is safe to say we are looking at an Early 2015 release for this record. Brent (Broken Circles Records) and I are working as hard as we can to get everything lined up as soon as possible. I have no plans to launch an official crowdfunding campaign or anything like that, but if you would like more information about how you could help out, you can get in touch with me by email at email@example.com
This is all I have for now, expect to see album art and tracklist in the coming months, as well as some more music hopefully before the end of the year.
Thanks for being you, until next time...
Over the course of the next month I will be putting the finishing touches on some songs that will become the first Slow and Steady LP. The tracking for that album is set to begin September 26th in Greenville, South Carolina. To celebrate the completion of the album, I have booked a show at the end of that week in my hometown at my favorite local venue. The events of the last few months have spanned a tumultuous spectrum in my personal life, as I have relocated far away from all of the people I have always held closest to me. To see all of your faces will be a wonderful pleasure and I couldn't think of a better excuse to gather everyone together than to cap off this experience of completing a record with a show under these circumstances. I can't wait for this week and this day and I honestly believe it will go down in the books for me and hopefully everyone else involved.
The scene in which Gob Bluth jettisons a frozen and consequently dead dove into the ocean, only to have it float right back to him with the tide comes to mind.
"Return from whence ye came"
I am pleased to say that the recording process for LP1 will begin on 9.22.14 and here is a short clip of a song to celebrate! Follow @slowandsteadytx on Instagram for more updates!
I'm not sure how many different apps you guys want to use to listen to this song, but we just added about a dozen more. In addition to Spotify and iTunes links below, '35mm' can also be found at most other digital music providers. Make sure to give us a follow on Spotify so you will be alerted when other music becomes available!
That is all for now, time to go enjoy a lazy Sunday.