Friday, April 27, 2007

The End of the Early November

The Early November will play their last show at the Bamboozle this summer and call it quits.

I'm not up on all the reasons, but the low sales of their triple disk and band dynamics that were shaky going into the making of that album probably contributed.

Here is an excerpt from their letter:
" for what lies ahead for us... most of us will go back to the life we've never really had before. we'll go on to get regular jobs and see what else is out there. it's exciting, awkward, and scary all at the same time but that's life. As far as music goes... we'll always do our own thing. Ace started his own record label (Regular Music) and has some really great releases coming out that i'm looking forward to. I started another band (Grace Period) and i'm going to hit the studio in may with that..."

I was lucky enough to see these guys at warped tour and I was pretty impressed. It is sad to see them go, but I am pretty sure that these members wont stay gone for long. Ill keep a weathered eye out and you will be the first people I tell.

Mean time, they are going to put their remaining merch on sale for their last show and apparently everything must go. If you are going...get a shirt...If not...get these songs...

Sunday Drive (Acoustic).mp3

Exchanging Two-Hundred.mp3

Power Of Love (Huey Lewis).mp3


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