Hi Everybody!
How’s it going? We are enjoying being back in Portland. We have some fun news in Destroy Nate Allen land so we’ll jump right into it.
Nate started a new (more folky, kinda bluesy, and less posi-punk) sideproject called I Am Nate Allen and he’s putting together a full band. This is a pretty big change from what we’ve been doing the last few year in Destroy Nate Allen… so fans of his early albums will be super stoked. Find out more about heeeerrerreeeeerrerree. The bands first show is March 14th @ Katie O’ Briens in Portland for the Abolitionist’s Album Release Party. I Am Nate Allen kicks things off @ 9 PM. Here is the event.
Benefit Comp
We were recently featured on a cancer benefit compilation for Abra Hall. The songs are from the full band live session we recorded at KPSU in June. This is really good cause so please consider supporting it.
Northwest Mini-tour
Nate will be doing a solo Destroy Nate Allen mini-tour out to Hermiston (March 22nd) and Boise (March 23rd) and Vancouver (WA) (March 28th). Check out the show details here.
Portland Show
The first Destroy Nate Allen show in Portland in nearly 4 months is April 6th. We’ll be playing with many good friends and you won’t want to miss out. We are stoked to be part of the North By Northwest Records album release weekend.
Mailing Campaign
We’re trying to write more notes and less emails so if you want us to write you at an undetermined date reply with your mailing address.
Non-Musical Adventures
Tessa is a licensed tax consultant and is hard at work on taxes once again. No matter what state you live in she can help you out. Check out tessatax.com to learn more. Nate is staying busy looking for work here is his resume.
If you haven’t had a chance to order our 7″ with Blaster The Rocket Man or the digipak of our album With Our Powers Combined, get one soon in our webstore. They are going fast. If you’d prefer to download any of our albums you can nab them for any price on destroynateallen.bandcamp.com.
Until next time looks up on bandsintown, twitter, tumblr, bandcampfacebook, google+ and let’s talk occasionally on the internet.

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