On this day in 2007 Tullycraft, Fishboy and Eux Autres performed at the Department of Safety in Anacortes, Washington. The venue was freezing cold and there were maybe 12 people in attendance. Despite the small crowd, all the bands played enthusiastic sets. Tullycraft attempted to play the song “Every Little Thing” live for the very first time, and Fishboy performed their album ‘Albatross: How We Failed to Save the Lone Star State with the Power of Rock and Roll’ in its entirety. It was amazing!
Today we have the Tullycraft song “Anacortes” from the album ‘Lost in Light Rotation’
There is a Crayon interview in the new issue of Pure Honey Magizine
The colored vinyl Brick Factory LPs are sold out, but there are still a few black vinyl copies available. Only 500 records were pressed of this limited edition reissue. The LP comes with a digital download which includes 21 bonus tracks.
Listen to “The Snap-Tight Wars” by Crayon HERE.
Brick Factory vinyl LP from HHBTM Records only $12 HERE
Brick Factory limited edition cassette only $5 HERE (makes a great stocking stuffer!)
ONLY AVAILABLE WHILE SUPPLIES LAST
The Tullycraft album Every Scene Needs a Center is now available on super limited edition vinyl. Only 300 yellow vinyl LPs were pressed.
You may order a copy HERE.
Only available while supplies last.
Our good friend Steve Robinson recently unearthed this live performance of “Stowaway” from October 2007. Little known fact: The song “Stowaway” is loosely based on the 80’s band Missing Persons.
Due to pressing plant delays the vinyl reissue of Brick Factory by Crayon has been pushed back until November 11th. It is being released on HHBTM Records.
If you happen to be in London on Saturday, Sept. 13, you should head to The Shacklewell Arms where Des Was A Bowie Fan will be hosting a Tullycraft-themed DJ night.
If you’re able to make it, let us know how it goes: