After a series of contemplative EPs, The Longwalls return with Gold Standard—11 tracks of glorious, fuzzed-out, Americana-infused post-pop. Enjoy a quick taste here, look out for the album release (limited edition CD / digital) on 2/24, and stay tuned for details on a release show/party 3/7. More soon!
And possibly a bit tipsy. Give a listen to WEMF this Saturday afternoon from 4-6pm and hear the mighty Longwalls on The Outlaw Radio Show. They’ll be hanging with host extraordinaire Ryan Spaulding and previewing a track or two from their forthcoming new album—The Gold Standard. They’ll also be playing a few things acoustic-style. Rumor has it there will be whiskey. Uh-oh. We suggest you tune in…
Making making making. That’s what we do! Here’s the latest… The new Longwalls album, tentatively titled The Gold Standard, is nearing completion. 11 songs (!) are in the hopper over at Bridge Sound and Stage and we’re close to mixing time. Look for a fall release. In the meantime, the new solo album by Dan London—I Will Take You Back—will be released this summer. Produced with long-time co-conspirator Mike Quinn at Moontower Studio (Q Division), IWTYB is a late 70s drive-in movie sort of record that takes you back in time. And of course our DIY wunderkind Kurt von Stetten is always at work. Follow along on his stellar music blog. His latest demo—I work figuratively (mostly… mostly)—is an absolutely wonderful bit of garage-tastic power pop. He’s got another record in him for sure, no word on timing just yet. More soon, stay tuned!
The Boston polar vortex will soon yield a bountiful crop of new musics. The Longwalls are deep into the recording of their 5th album at Bridge Sound and Stage. This one is going to be a full-length (first since their debut) and so far is turning out to be gloriously all over the map. Meanwhile Dan London is working hard with old pal Mike Quinn at Moontower/Q Division and is nearing completion of his second full-length solo album. And of course Kurt.. well, he’s recording songs per usual (follow along on his blog) and will likely have another record out by the end of the year. Oh, and Brandon might make a quiet acoustic EP. Stay tuned.. it won’t be long now!