Happy Valentines Day from The Falderals,
We’re almost done with our existential, experimental, and yet un-named EP, which we recorded in a flurry these past months, trying some things we’ve never tried before, gathering friends via Dropbox to add parts, and we’re excited to release a version of it at The Aster on March 7.
As a Valentines Day gift we’re offering anybody who makes an advanced reservation for our March 7 Aster gig a free download code to get an early cut of the EP (when it’s ready…in the next few days, hopefully). The EP includes three brand new songs, a cover we’ve been playing forever (yes, we finally got the nerve to record our version of “In the Aeroplane Over the Sea”), and an old, classic, pre-Falderal song we’ve been doing for years (old Gatewood fans might remember this one). We got some dobro featuring Jim McGuinn, some uke and guitar featuring Deke McCallum.
Just send us an email if you make a reservation at the Aster, and we’ll get you a download code…and (if the stars align) a free hard copy of the EP on March 7.
We’re excited to kick some Aster on March 7.
Look out for a video coming soon.
And, of course, we’ve been recording a full length, in-studio album with Schoen Oslund of Idea Man Studios…set to spring in the summer.
Happy V-Day. We love everyone.
Andy, Becky, and all The folking Falderals
Looking forward to having Jim McGuinn and Deke McCallum join The Falderals this Thursday @ Dunn Brothers 2/7. 7:30-9:30. They’ll join us again @ The Aster Cafe 3/7.
Thanks to Jim McGuinn for joining The Falderals at Dunn’s last Thursday. T’was fun! The dobro adds so much goodness.
Had a great week playing at the Art Bar in Milwaukee and last night at Fitger’s Brewhouse in Duluth. Thanks everybody who came out. Now we’re going to stay close and focus on recording our new album. We’ll be playing some new stuff on December 20 at the recently opened Amsterdam in Saint Paul. Come check out this new club and spread some holiday cheer.
We are very excited to be playing The Art Bar in Milwaukee the Saturday after Thanksgiving. November 26th, 9-11:30. Come out for some original indie Americana Folk! The pilgrims want you there.
Just saw Andru Bemis at our favorite rocknroll church, The House of Mercy. Check him out if you get a chance.
It was great to play at the 331 last night (Thanks Jason and everyone at the 331) after a few shows up in the great north woods. The slour (slow-tour) will continue with some music in Milwaukee on Thanksgiving weekend at The Art Bar. Hope to see some old friends there.