We’ll be playing 2015′s South By So What Fest! Stay tuned for more details in the months to come. Go to southbysowhat.com for ticket info.
We just launched a flash sale for the Struggle Well mp3 album at MerchNow for $8. The sale will run for 24 hours and will disappear tomorrow, September 30 at noon CST, so take advantage of it while it lasts!
Check out some live footage of “Blind Guides” taken from our set on the Thrill of the Kill Tour! If you don’t have plans to make it to a show change that!
Pick up our album “Struggle Well” for $5 while the sale lasts!
We worked through the Labor Day weekend shooting two new music videos for our album “Struggle Well”. We’re very excited to share them with you in the coming weeks.
Sep 22 – Quebec City, QC @ I’Agite’e
Sep 23 – Montreal, QC @ The Piranha Bar
Sep 24 – Ottawa, ON @ Babylon
Sep 25 – Etobicoke, ON @ Rockpile West
Sep 26 – Hamtramck, MI @ Paychecks Lounge
Sep 27 – Barrington, IL @ Penny Road Pub
Sep 28 – Des Moines, IA @ Vaudeville Mews
Sep 29 – Burnsville, MN @ The Garage
Oct 1 – Winnipeg, MB @ Zoo Cabaret
Oct 2 – Brandon, MN @ North Hill Inn
Oct 3 – Calgary, AB @ National Music Center
Oct 4 – Vancouver, BC @ Tom Lee Music Hall
Oct 5 – Yakima, WA @ The Lair
Oct 6 – Seattle, WA @ El Corazon
The wait is over! You can now purchase Struggle Well on or Amazon MP3. If you pre-ordered it, we can’t thank you enough because it helped us reach numbers that we couldn’t even fathom. Please continue to pray that it would encourage, edify, and grow those who already believe, and also that it would intrigue, reveal, and rescue those who do not. Without further adieu we give you, Struggle Well.
“Struggle Well” comes out on iTunes in just a few hours, but you can stream the entire album early on You Tube. Please help us out and spread the word!
We released a new lyric video for “Blind Guides” today, the second single from our upcoming debut album “Struggle Well.”
Vocalist Josiah Lyle says: “Blind Guides to me is just a response to all the anti-religion/ anti-Christianity music I hear in today’s culture. I believe and have experienced the truth of who God is — not just because I’ve felt Him in my life, but because I have seen the facts and the backing behind the bible. The truth is Jesus was a real person who really lived and really died and really rose from the grave. I am confident in that, and this song – these lyrics – is the best way for me to share that belief.”