Hey, haven't seen you there in a while
So I (Kazoo) am pretty much the laziest fuck ever, thus here’s some stuff that happened since the last post: During the summer of 2012 we played a handful of shows which were all pretty neat in their own special ways, from getting cussed out in note by a (now defunct) restaurant’s owner, experiencing unbearable sound reinforcement, and playing a few songs on a local variety show. ...
Tom Price of the Downtown Life Magazine took this neat video of us playing “Not Since the Accident” at our January 28 show at The Partisan. Hopefully you will see us play there again two days from now, yes?
The DLM says some stuff about FGP →
Christopher Casuga has tried and failed to form a band more times than Lindsay Lohan has failed sobriety tests. Oh Tom, you know exactly how to touch my heart. (And thanks muchly for the write-up!)
Thrilled to be Billed: Live Dates
Feeling Gravity’s Pull currently has two official dates planned for March and April. Our first Fresno show (and by extension our first out-of-town show) will be on Friday March 23 at The Babylon Club. We will be opening for SixHands Mouth, who opened for us on our album release party in January, so we’re glad to be returning the favor. Show starts at 9pm and I’m gonna assume...
Pocket Jury writes some nice words about Not Since...
A quartet from Merced, CA named after an REM song who sound only incidentally like the Athens, GA band. Choosing to be named for the opening song on REM’s difficult third album, an infamously contentious record amongst music hobbyists is a neat joke in itself. Most of the songs on their promising debut album Not Since The Accident fall somewhere between the anthemic stomping of Chapel Hill based...
The stream for our debut recording, “Not Since the Accident” is now live. It’s a “pay what you feel” thing; though if you pay, we suggest a $5.00 donation, and if you download it for free, we suggest turning a friend on to our tunes if you like what you hear. You can find the stream here, on our Bandcamp. Also, our first show of the year and our album release party...
January 28, 2012.
Basic tracks for our debut recording have been completed. Following vocals and other cares, we hope to put this sucker out come Q1 2012. We will be booking shows for the beginning part of this year as well. No details on that yet but rest assured, rock will go off. Is McDonald’s still selling McRib? Inquiring minds (read: Kazoo) would like to know.
Our Video section now has our full set from our show last Friday! Thanks again to Beth, wife of Scott, for shooting these.
photo by Scott Hernandez-Jason (man, that new iPhone camera is amazing, isn’t it?) Well, we played our fourth show last night, and our first with Charlie. It was a wonderful spectacle of rock music and we’d like to thank everyone who came and enjoyed it. We’ve rolled through my special thanks list a few times on other places, so here it is quick: Tom Price/DLM, RC, The...
I put an apostrophe in the band name now. I hope you’re happy, Scott.
Show Announcement: Merced @ Black Box Theatre w/...
Friday, October 28 at the Black Box Theatre (behind Playhouse Merced) will be our first show in approximately eight months. We will be playing before the debut of The Skylights, which is the new side project of Rick from Deriva, another Merced band. As for our part, we’ll be debuting some new songs (although if you’ve not heard us yet, all our songs are consequently new) as well as...
Show Announcement: Saturday March 5 at the MERCO...
So Feeling Gravitys Pull will be playing a set on March 5 on the MERCO Cycling Classic Hairpin Stage. Here’s a few reasons why you should go: We’ll be playing some new songs. It’s a free, all-ages, open-air show. There’s a beer garden. A bunch of really rad bands, including Rademacher, are playing too. Cycling, I guess. Pertinent information: Saturday March 5 Hairpin...
Oh, did we mention that we have Bandcamp? →
If you want to take a listen to what we sound like, here you go. Currently the only thing on there is the five-song EP that Chris recorded before the band formed. At least four of the five songs (if not the whole thing) has become part of our repertoire.
Trippy Version of “Our Animal Years”...