We recorded a new jam right before we left for tour. Party Time Excellent.
putting vodka in your drink instead of whiskey for just one month
Me and my friend Peter soundtracking my commute home.
HURRY UP & CHILL (2010)
1/ DEAD CELEBRATOR
2/ HARD OF HEARING
6/ SKININ KNIFE
8/ EVERYBODY LOVES NAILS
released 02 December 2010
All music, lyrics, recording and production ACR BKM MKT
Every two years something beautiful happens in this ugly world we live in, a new My America record is released. It started in 2006 when they shocked with their revered debut “Narratives”. In what was the most prolific period of their history, they released a 7” in 2007 entitled “30,000 Lbs.” featuring three new tracks that gained them worldwide notoriety. The masses waited two more years for their proper full-length follow up, 2008’s internationally acclaimed “Stone Age” and they delivered with a crushing 10 track masterpiece that jostled the bowels with raw-intensity. A lot has happened since their last release leading up to their newest effort, aptly dubbed “Hurry Up & Chill”. Most notably they have spent the last two years performing and touring the US as a trio after the departure of longtime frontman David Rushman. The newly re-born My America have been playing new jams and old material alike at house parties the world over with a new punishing grunge aesthetic. But still, they had not blessed the throngs of ravenous fans with even the slightest hint of a new My America record. One that would capture the latest turn in their diverse musical catalogue.
Until now… on
Nov 29 Dec 1 December 2nd, 2010 the world will indulge in our latest offering “Hurry Up and Chill”. An entire record released for free online. The album may only feature 8 tracks but it is the most complete record the group has ever written and clocks in at the same length as their previous releases.
The fun doesn’t stop here either for our dapper young gentleman in My America. The supergroup plans to release two more 7”s in 2011. More news on these records will be posted promptly a week before each of their respective releases.