It’s been a little more than a week since Living Room officially released Moonchaser, and we couldn’t be more proud of how things turned out. Not only does the record sound enormous, it also looks beautiful–artwork, vinyl, the whole sha-bang! …It just took a little longer than we hoped to get everything. The printer where we ordered jackets ran a few days late, and the plant that pressed the records ran a few weeks late. Yeah, it’s a little annoying, we know. But the wait was definitely worth it.
If you haven’t picked up a copy of Moonchaser yet, pick up a copy from our Storenvy site or our Bandcamp page. You can buy the vinyl in three gorgeous variants; you can also pick up a CD for the same price of the digital download, including shipping! Deal-city!
The boys in Living Room have spent all of August on the road and seem to be having a rad time. They’ve also been selling a ton of records. In fact, there was such a high demand for the test presses they brought with them that they limited sales to two per night until they sold out. Luckily, they landed in California the same day that our plant pressed the records and were able to pick up their copies of Moonchaser while they were out there. Be sure to check out Living Room if they’re heading your way.
Our buds in Among Giants were on the road this summer too, and will be playing a couple more shows in Orlando before the summer ends. Their EP Back and Forth is still available on our Storenvy site or our Bandcamp page as well.
We’re also carrying some neat distro in our stores these days, including a cool limited edition copy of Big Awesome’s Birdfeeder EP pressed by German label Happy Little Trees; we’re selling it for them over here in the States because shipping costs from overseas can be crazy. A great band, a great record, and a great label, so pick it up if you can.
We’re already looking toward our third release, but we’re working out some details first. Stand by for some fun news soon. In the meantime, keep listening and keep supporting the little guys who pour their hearts into their music, their art, and their passions.