So, here we are. 2012. A new year, a new dawn… another chance. Today is the first day of the rest of your life – so choose wisely.
Our good friends Eighteen Individual Eyes have kindly asked us to play the release show for their new album on March 1st at Seattle’s legendary club The Crocodile. We’re very excited to get back on stage since our break after October’s Chop Suey show, but to be able to do so at a venue like the The Crocodile is awesome. Also playing are Empty Space Orchestra and The Way We Were in 1989. Advance tickets are $8 and on sale now via the venue website.
Life in the Royal Eyes camp has been going from strength to strength since our first show in July of this year. We have a number of exciting things on the horizon, but at the forefront sits our announcement that we have been asked to support Seattle legends Carissa’s Wierd for their 2nd-ever reformation show this Saturday, September 24th at Neumos in Seattle. Click here for tickets. This is sure to be a special night, with some brand new material from the band. Also playing is Mattheu Canvas.
Less than two weeks later on October 6th we play Columbia City Theatre alongside Jenn Ghetto’s solo project ‘S’ and our bass player Betsy Olson‘s very own solo project with drummer Sera Cahoone.
Not heard Royal Eyes yet?
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This Saturday (July 9th) we play our very first official show at Seattle’s beloved venue Neumos. We are opening for the fantastic Grand Archives, also playing are The Redwood Plan. Tickets are $10 in advance, can be bought here – over 21′s only for this show. Arrive early – we play first.
We’ll also be recording the show, and subscribers to our mailing list will be sent FREE live tracks. You can sign-up by entering your email address into the sidebar to the right of this post.