Two years after our last release, we are extremely excited/relieved/happy/exhausted/aroused to bring you our latest sacrificial offering to the Lords of Chip/the Queens of Queef. This album, "Ying", is a series of grossly exaggerated tales of the triumph and despair of civilization. Each track is a story of (insert pretentious rubbish here) to fuel the flames of the haters and extinguish the hearts of the hopeful... Each track is a series of notes in a sequence that we find pleasant and written on obsolete technology.
With that obligatory nonsense of trying to make ourselves appear more serious/cool/mysterious out of the way, we would like to sincerely thank each and every one of you for hanging with us this long. Seriously, you guys are the shit! With two years in to it, this album is long overdue, and, finally, to a point at which we are proud to call it finished.
With that being said, we would like to thank all of you who have inspired us to keep playing and critiqued us to keep improving.
A brief and nowhere-near complete shout out to:
Barry Zimmerman, Heath Aldrich, Mike Bradley, Owen Godwin, Emily Ebeling, Christopher Melton/The Catalogue Podcast, Sean Baker, Arch Aeologist/Dig Dug Diy, Curtis Ware, Alex Wimmer, Daniel Tumulty, Corey Chappel, Trey Frye, Tony Johnson, Andrew Gould, Joshua Evans, Hunter Quinn, SKGB, Tony Gallo, Joshua Evans, Dan Ficcocelli, Jordan Pippen Rodman, Corwyn Robins, Kristin Brown, Jarret Green, and Meg Blackstone.
And to everyone who's supported us over the years.
Seriously, Thank you
released 20 April 2014
Composed by: Josh Cameron and Michael Snarzyk
Recorded by: Michael Snarzyk and Christopher Melton
Mastered by: Dan Ficcocelli
Album Art by: Daniel Tumulty