Friends, I’ll start out by saying that this tour, my fifth trip in two years, was no doubt the best and most rewarding. The hard work that we’ve put in over the last thirty six months is truly starting to pay off, and it’s all very exciting. I feel very proud and fortunate to be a part of this project.
The purpose of this LA trip was two-fold: to play a show and shoot a music video. The latter was a total blast and was the first time I personally have had a hand in the production process of a video. We shot at various locations in Manhattan Beach and Santa Monica, and was culminated by the “Santa Monica Pier Police” shutting us down. Rock.
The show at Hotel Utah in SF was no doubt one of the most incredible performance experiences I’ve ever had the pleasure of being a part of, as friends, family, and fans all came out to support. It was such a special night. Shout out to local artist Matt Jaffe and his band, Matt Jaffe and the Distractions, for headlining and being great dudes. The days were spent in my buddy’s backyard lounging and writing music. Two-thirds of an EP written.
3/19-3/22: Pacific Northwest
The show in Portland, OR at Shaker and Vine was a very weird but cool bill. Local act, Rainstick Cowbell, who has toured the world extensively, headlined the night and could not have been more generous and welcoming. Our show in Salem, OR was filled with people who were legitimately happy to have us, and their kindness, while refreshing, also freaked me out a bit. I spent the day food truck-hopping in Portland. Washington is a beautiful state. I spent some time in Seattle eating amazing Chinese food and strangely getting into Gonzaga basketball. Our show at Cafe Racer w/ Jacob Cummings and The Experience was a perfect way to end this trip.