Last week I was super excited to hear that the kind and beautiful people over at Performer Magazine wanted to premiere the first track from How We Spend Our Days.
It’s called “You’re the One,” and it talks about rolling down hills and having a mustache and getting old and dying and being in love in all those things. I hope you like it. Continue reading
I’m excited to tell you that the official release date for the new album, How We Spend Our Days, is June 2.
But the big party here in Nashville will be the pre-release show at the High Watt on Wednesday, May 13. My friends and fellow Wisconsin natives Daniel and the Lion will be joining in that evening as well.
Today, I’m sitting at home in Nashville where it is fifty degrees or so. Tomorrow we will make the long drive up to Wisconsin and watch the temperature drop and the rain turn to sleet turn to snow until things are as cold as they’re supposed be at Christmas. Continue reading
One of the many odd things about this life is the varying levels of awareness that we have of its passing. Continue reading
When we were in Grand Rapids a couple weeks back, the kind folks at Calvin College’s newspaper brought us in to film their version of NPR’s Tiny Desk Concerts. As far as desks go, this one was more medium-sized, and to be honest, more of a table than a desk when I come to think of it. Continue reading
I’ve been thinking a little bit about words lately. Continue reading
Glory in this moment.
Come on out, friends and strangers. I’ll be driving around by myself for most of this, so come and let’s share a kind word.
Well, all good things must come to an end, and like most trilogies, this one probably should’ve ended sooner than it did. The second Matrix movie, really? The Return of Jafar? Three long stories about the customer service of ice cream manufacturers? Continue reading
If you need a refresher, go back and read Part One. Let me warn you, I take my ice cream far too seriously. Don’t judge me, and don’t stand in between me and my frozen sugar-dairy.