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Hey, how’s it going? We’re doing pretty good out here on the road. We’ve been on the Wooden Hearts Tour for 4 months today. We are in Miami, and are relaxing in our hotel room. I thought I’d send you a quick update on what’s going on with us. We have battled some sickness this past week and had to cancel a show, but we are better and are back on the road. It means a lot that you all are coming out to shows and singing some of the words and hanging out with us before and after shows. Thank you so much. This month marked our new album Wooden Heart being put out. A huge thanks to everyone who pre-ordered the record and all the folks who have been ordering it online. This is pretty much the only way to get the album. We’re talking with some people about making it available everywhere, but that will come in time for you to bug your friends to buy it :). You can actually have it ordered at your favorite record shop and I think Borders and Barnes & Noble and such….But for now you can buy our new record online at these places: Our Online Store, BandCamp, iTunes, Amazon. We shot a video for the song “Falling in love with glaciers” in Gary Indiana earlier this month, and that should be done soon, and we’ll let you know when that comes out. We have a couple other videos we’re working on too that we’ll announce and release in the coming months. As a special thank you to those of you who have listened to our record and haven’t purchased yet, or if you have gotten it and want to share it with a friend we’re giving away downloads for free (or pay what you want) of the Wooden Heart album as poems. You can go to this page and do that.

We have a new website, and you’re looking at it pretty much here. We’ll be adding videos and pictures of tours and new tour dates and all that good stuff here. IAMLISTENER.COM

We are still on tour….as per usualy most of our dates are solidified and in progress, but some of them are not (if you can help, send an email here: Please go to our shows page…it has all the details and confirmed data on where we will be in your city. Update your information on our newsletter form online to get state specific emails on when we’ll be playing in your state too. Here’s the dates and cities:

July 27 – Miami, FL (Catalyst)
July 28 – Sarasota, FL (Pastimes Pub)
July 29 – Clearwater, FL (Billy D’s)
July 30 – Tampa, FL (tba)
July 31 – Lakeland, FL (Polk Museum of Art)
Aug 01 – Tampa, FL (Crossover)
Aug 04 – Pensacola, FL (Black Sparrow House)
Aug 05 – Foley, AL (The Back Door)
Aug 06 – Pensacola, FL (The Handlebar)
Aug 07 – Baton Rouge, LA (tba)
Aug 08 – New Orleans, LA (The Circle Bar)
Aug 11 – Woodlands, TX (Shadowplay Lounge)
Aug 12 – San Antonio, TX (Pedicab)
Aug 13 – Austin, TX (Beautybar)
Aug 14 – Dallas, TX (House Show)
Aug 17 – Lubbock, TX (tba)
Aug 18 – Albuquerque, NM (Lobos Theater)
Aug 19 – Pueblo, CO (The Senate)
Aug 20 – Florrisant, CO (Newhoma Fest)
Aug 21 – Colorado Springs, CO (Triple Nickel Tavern)
Aug 22 – Woodland Park, CO (Tony’s House)
Aug 25 – Denver, CO (Summit Music Hall)
Aug 26 – Greeley, CO (Zoe’s)
Aug 27 – Miles City, MT (tba)
Aug 28 – Fargo, ND (tba)
Aug 29 – Bemidji, MN (tba)
Aug 31 – Minneapolis, MN (tba)
Sep 01 – Rochester, MN (UTurn Coffeehouse)
Sep 02 – Northfield, MN (The Key)
Sep 03 – Lifelight Fest Sioux Falls, SD
Sep 04 – Lifelight Fest Sioux Falls, SD
Sep 05 – Lifelight Fest Sioux Falls, SD (Souled Out Stage 1:30PM)
Sep 07 – Moline, IL (tba)
Sep 08 – Chicago, IL (tba)
Sep 09 – Columbus, IN (tba)
Sep 10 – Columbus, OH (tba)
Sep 11 – Pittsburgh, PA (Hot Metal Bridge)
Sep 12 – Hamilton, ON (tba)
Sep 15 – Cambridge, ON (tba)
Sep 16 – Kitchener, ON (tba)
Sep 17 – London, ON (Paul’s House)
Sep 18 – Toronto, ON (Rancho Relaxo)
Sep 19 – Ajax, ON (tba)
Sep 22 – Ypsilanti, MI (tba)
Sep 23 – Muncie, IN (tba)
Sep 24 – Cincinatti, OH (tba)
Sep 25 – Nashville, TN (The Rutledge)
Sep 26 – Poplar Bluff, MO (tba)


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