It feels like city-moving month is still an ongoing distraction – all my pictures are still on the floor instead of the walls – but I am running out of time to tell people about next week’s shows in Alberta. There is more info about this stuff in a post on the band website, but here’s the quicker version:
We’re playing in Edmonton, Lethbridge, and Calgary, sharing the Ship & Anchor stage at the Sled Island Festival with The Flatliners, and particularly excited to play with old-hometown Halifax band Heaven for Real in Edmonton.
Check out the listings! Tell your western friends!
New album: Anchor Rights
In the last month, we put out a new album called Anchor Rights with the help of exciting and generous folks: Dave Draves, Harris Newman, Jeremy Gara, Mark Molnar, and Nicole Aline Legault.
You can purchase digital downloads, as well as prints of Nicole Aline Legault’s glorious cover art on the Big Knife Little Knife Bandcamp page.
We also made some videos! Out of Creative Commons footage. They’re kind of bananas in three totally different ways: A Certain Degree, Brickwork, Christa McAuliffe.
Mine below! Video editing is super fun.
I saw Sannhet in Portland in June, and it was the first time I’d ever seen a lineup of people waiting to talk to the drummer, while the guitars packed cables after the show. I want to do EVERYTHING HE’S DOING.
THIS AMUSES ME.
Our band, Big Knife Little Knife, photo by me in March 2015.
Kevin’s old band, Weights and Measures, in a 2000-era photo I only saw when their Arboretum Festival reunion show listing went up.
If you can’t see them in Ottawa on August 22, you can still watch them in FOREVER AGO below:
* post title nod to: WEAKERTHANS, I HARDLY KNEW THEM (sob)