Yeah we're basically done. In other words, we recorded all the stuff that needs to be recorded. The last several days have been a wild ride. Organs, tambourines, and even vibra-slaps have been reverberating through the halls of Hurley . Our onslaught of burritos and In N Out continued, and we're all paying the price. Motel 6 bid us farewell, and our local Starbucks is wondering where we went. It feels like the last day of summer camp.
Recording music is a very special thing to me. I don't get how some bands just put out a new full length every year and just keep going and going. Recording is like giving birth to a baby you've had inside you for years, at least in my opinion. After a few births you're pretty out of it. But after like 5, I feel like you just start forgetting your kids names. I guess what I'm saying is, we could never put out a record just to put out a record. Pick any song on this record and I could talk to you about it for an hour. I feel so attached to every part and every word of every song that I couldn't imagine it any other way really. Is that weird?
All birthing aside, we definitely owe a lot to Hurley for helping make this all happen. This whole situation just seemed to fall into place as if it were all of our destinies. We wouldn't have done something like this with anyone else. Recording can be a stressful and exhausting process, and they made it great.
You're probably thinking, "hey, fuck this blog the records done" but that would be jumping the gun. The thing is, there's a lot left to do. We still have to make all the artwork for the record, make videos, announce tours, so just consider this HQ for all matters pertaining to this record. Okay cool.