We survived! And so did our vehicles! And I don’t think anyone stole anything from us!
As far as first-time-East-Coast-indie-band-tours go, the aforementioned points basically equate success.
Everyone was very welcoming/helpful/friendly, and we met some people who we hope we’ll get to hang out with again. The kind people in Repartee and Oh No Theodore welcomed us to the East Coast and made us feel like we were old friends. The people who work at Plan B in Moncton may have very well been confused and thought we were old friends with their hospitality. The employees at Pickles in Sackville helped make sure the show and the evening was memorable. The grumpy bouncer in Halifax made us…well, at least made us feel at home by treating us no different than any other shitty local band that goes through his venue.
But thanks everyone for seeing us/talking to us/giving us fish and chips at discount prices.
And check out the following awesome bands/places:
Oh No Theodore
Domestic Crisis Group
Plan B in Moncton
The Capital in Fredericton
The beautiful, tiny village of St. Andrews, NB
Now, we’ll be taking it somewhat easy for the summer, with members coming and going. Three of us are playing in Kitchener next weekend though. For the Pull The Plug live acoustic show!
Posted on Sunday, April 29th 2012