We’re playing a free show at Brooklyn Bowl tomorrow night, all you have to do is RSVP here. We play at 8:30pm!
Attendees of The Feast, we invite you to an early screening of our new video for “Don’t Ask Me Why.” Simply click above and enter the password given to you this afternoon.
To send us feedback or to see how you can get involved with what we’re doing, please don’t hesitate to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
10/21 at the Marlin Room at Webster Hall we’ll be the shortest name on the bill when we play with Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin and A Great Big Pile of Leaves. Both bands have put out amazing records this year, don’t screw this one up, don’t miss out, get your tickets now!
(Artwork by David Saracino)
Next Connecticut show is this Sunday at The Outer Space in Hamden with Moon Hooch. Come out & dance!
(Poster by David Saracino)
Writeup in the new issue of the Deli Magazine!
Woohoo! We’re featured in this month’s @thedelimagazine!
Hey WeWork members: we can’t wait to party with you again! Get your tickets NOW at http://summercamp.wework.com!
LAST HOURS TO DONATE TO “DON’T ASK ME WHY!”
Through all of your amazing support we hit our $35,000 goal a few days ago and have been fast approaching our $50,000 stretch goal! With the extra money, we’ll be able to hit the road later this year and spread our message all across the country!
(GIF photos by Luke Delahanty)
@greatcaesarband is rocking out harder then ever before right now at the knitting factory! Great way to end the tour, great dudes! #greatcaesar (at The Knitting Factory)
Check out a very special message from Baltimore Ravens player, Super Bowl champion, and LGBT activist Brendon Ayanbadejo, one of our biggest supporters on the “Don’t Ask Me Why” project.
We have raised over $15,000 so far, putting us just under the halfway mark with only 13 days left in our campaign. We very literally cannot wait to get this project out into the world and we need your support to help us do it RIGHT NOW!
PLEASE REBLOG THIS POST or visit DontAskMeWhy.org for tools to quickly & easily share our Kickstarter page on your other social networks.
We couldn’t do this without all of you! Help us change the world through the power of art & music!
WE NEED YOUR HELP!
For the past few weeks we’ve been hard at work planning to make a music video for our song “Don’t Ask Me Why” (which you may have heard already as “McGill”). One of our closest friends and collaborators Alex K. Colby came up with a beautiful treatment for the song that juxtaposes the struggles of a young interracial couple in the 1960s with two homosexual couples in the present day.
We believe in love and equality, and we dream of a world in which all people share essential human rights. As we await the Supreme Court’s ruling on same-sex marriage, recent progress — multiple states’ legalization of gay marriage, the repeal of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” — makes us hopeful that our country is, indeed, bending toward justice. Nevertheless, homophobia still permeates our schools, athletic fields, and living rooms, and so, as artists, we’re doing what we do best: telling a story that will stir hearts, start conversations, and open minds.
However— we need your support to make our dreams a reality. We’ve launched a Kickstarter to raise $35,000 to fund the creation of this video with the artistic integrity it deserves. This figure is well below the amount we actually need, but with the help of our amazing community of fans, family, and friends, we are positive that we will surpass that goal.
There are more ways you can help than just by donating! Awareness is key to the success of this project. By reblogging this post to your followers, we can reach hundreds, if not thousands, of new eyes. You can also visit a website we’ve set up for the project, dontaskmewhy.org, to find links to quickly & easily share our Kickstarter via your Facebook and Twitter accounts. And please be sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter for updates as well.
Your support means more to us than you know. Please share this project with whomever you can! Thank you!!!
On June 26 we will be headlining our biggest NYC show yet at the Knitting Factory in Brooklyn! Also playing are the very excellent The Guru, High Pop, and Kite Party.
(artwork by David Saracino)
In the next month we’re going to be shooting an ambitious video for “McGill,” directed by our dear friend Alex Colby. The production crew has started a blog of their progress that you can follow at Making McGill.
GENERATIONS/MCGILL AVAILABLE NOW.
(Poster by David Saracino)