Is the Lincoln hall show 21+?
- Asked by Anonymous
- Asked by Anonymous
Thurs Oct 30: Chicago, IL @ Lincoln Hall (On Sale NOW)
Tues Nov 11: Santa Ana, CA @ The Constellation Room
Wed Nov 12: Los Angeles, CA @ The Echo
Thurs Nov 13: San Diego, CA @ Soda Bar (On Sale 8/1)
Fri Nov 14: Visalia, CA @ Cellar Door
Sat Nov 15: San Francisco, CA @ The Bottom of the Hill
Mon Nov 17: Portland, OR @ Slabtown
Tues Nov 18: Vancouver, BC @ Electric Owl Social Club
Wed Nov 19: Seattle, WA @ The Vera Project
Thurs Nov 20: Spokane, WA @ The Bartlett
Fri Nov 21: Boise, ID @ The Crux
Sat Nov 22: Salt Lake City, UT @ Kilby Court
Mon Nov 24: Denver, CO @ Lost Lake
Tues Nov 25: Omaha, NE @ MAS Midtown Art Supply
(photo by Cecilia Majzoub)
Audrey Horne, cuz she’s so sensuous.
If you could have one of your tracks on the soundtrack, what song would it be and what scene would it be played in?
Fade Away, right during the part where old man Palmer goes haywire with a golf club on that poor girl in the living room.
Do you think Log Lady was actually the sanest character on the show?
Yea, she kept it real.
Where is the best spot for you to get a warm cup o’ joe and a slice of cherry pie in Chicago?
Ok let’s move on. What’s the best thing about being a musician, and what’s the biggest burden?
The best part is finishing a record and listening to it and being very very happy with yourself. The biggest burden is beast of burden by the Rolling Stones. Or touring, that can be tough sometimes.
Last 3 records you listened to?
S/T by Ne-Hi, Hello We’re the Lemons by The Lemons, and the supreme genius of King Khan and The Shrines.
What’s the funniest music video idea you had as a kid that as a grown up you’d never make?
A big day at Chuck E Cheese. We still might run it someday.
Do you consider yourself a grown up?
Nah, but we got old man soul.
How do you name your songs?
Usually just a line from the lyrics. Or we play it a bunch and say, think of a name while we play this. And then at the end well each say a title and decide on one. Sometimes that works, but most of the time you end up coming up with a bunch of joke names.
We’ve been playing your record the last two weeks in our workspace. It’s cool to watch peoples’ reaction. Some tap, some sway, one person subtly air guitared. What’s the ideal reaction to your music from a first time listener?
“Well my gawd. Shit on my head and call it a hat, it feels good ta be alive!”
Pitchfork, on Saturday, started with one of my favorite sets of the weekend, Twin Peaks. Featuring four adorable boys from right here in good ole Chicago, IL. They have a punk rock meets surfer rock meets stolen riffs from Thin Lizzy vibe. The amount of talent they have is promising.
entertainment weekly asked us to do a playlist of some songs we dig on, so here’s “Jack’s Catchy Jams” for ya!