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Autumn Tour Schedule! Sort of! 

Just because we can't tour doesn't mean we don't have a lot of things happening.  Check out this schedule, and come join us as much as you can.


Sept. 9 - “Defiant Like A Cancer” single release on all platforms 

Sept. 23 - “Strong Enough” single release on all platforms 

Sept. 30 – Oct. 7 – Charity art auction for the Child & Family Agency of Southeastern CT 

Oct. 3 - “Winter Person” listening party on Youtube. 7 PM 

Oct. 7 - “Welcome Fear” single release on all platforms 

Oct. 16 - “Paint Along with Elizabeth” art class on Facebook and Youtube 7 PM 

Oct. 19 - Live streaming concert on Facebook and Youtube 8 PM 

Oct. 21 - “Until We Reach The Sun” single release on all platforms 

Oct. 25 – Oct. 31 – Crazy Elizabeth's huge Black Friday art sale! (early for shipping purposes) 

Oct. 26 – Live streaming concert on Facebook and Youtube 8 PM 

Nov. 2 - Live streaming concert on Facebook and Youtube 8 PM 

Nov. 3 – Voting day! Be a voter! 

Nov. 5 - “Winter Person”, “Hygge”, and “MP2” worldwide release day 

Nov. 9 - Live streaming concert on Facebook and Youtube 8 PM 

Nov. 13 - “Paint Along with Elizabeth” art class on Facebook and Youtube 7 PM 

Nov. 16 - Live streaming concert on Facebook and Youtube 8 PM 

Nov. 1 – Nov. 30 – Patreon double prints! If you join our Patreon at one of the “monthly prints” levels, you (or someone you love) will get twice as many prints for free in December

Pre-order "Winter Person"! 

You can now pre-order "Winter Person", coming out on November 5!  Listen to "Defiant Like A Cancer" now, and pre-order your copy of the book or vinyl (which includes the additional "Hygge" album as well.  Both pressed on randomly colored vinyl, which is the most eco-friendly vinyl option out there)

"Defiant Like A Cancer" will hit other digital streaming sites and marketplaces in early September, but you can hear it now at our bandcamp page.



Announcing "Winter Person", an album of defiant hope! 

"Winter Person" is our newest album coming out this fall.  We feel it is our best entry yet into the "Album Of The Year" contest that seems to happen in our cultural every sun rotation.  We feel this album deserves to be release in vinyl and book format.  To do that, we'd like you to be a part of it.  We just launched a KS campaign, which explains all the comics, essays, songs, and secrets that will be on this album.  

Thank you all so much for your support, with this and all we do. We'll keep trying to make cool stuff as long as you keep hanging around.

Full album streams on Youtube 

For years, we've always wanted to put up full album stream videos on Youtube of our work, but just never got around to it.  Recently, Elizabeth recorded herself making a painting for each album, riffing off the original album cover, and we'll be releasing those videos weekly.  We've already released the videos for "Protagonist", "Monsters Talking", and as of today, "Death Anxiety".  

Enjoy immensely. 

"Drive. Play. Sleep." live stream with running commentary! 

Elizabeth and I will be doing a special free showing of our film "Drive. Play. Sleep." on Youtube on Wednesday, July 17.  

We will also be doing a live running commentary throughout the entire thing.  Make a meal, bring a drink, and hang out with us.

Here's where we'll be streaming it.  Be sure to hit "Set Reminder" so you don't forget.

We do recommend that you have watched the film sans commentary first, though.  To do that, check it out on Amazon Prime.

See you then!

NEW SONG: "The Physician and the Physicist" 

A Pocket Vinyl fan reached out and commissioned us to write a song about their relationship with the person they were going to ask to marry them. They sent some information about their lives, and we turned it into a little love fairy tale story song. 

We hope it brings you comfort in some way during this time

This song is free to download if you choose, but all proceeds from this song will be donated to Feed The Children, which is currently helping treat kids affected by food shortages during this global pandemic. 

We have already donated $200 in hopes to encourage you to donate as well. No one has ever become poor by giving. 

Or better yet, if you'd like to donate directly to Feed The Children, go here: 

We will get through this together. Stay safe and help others. 

Baba Yaga shirts online! 

We made a bunch of awesome shirts for our tour, but since it's cancellation, we decided to put them up online.  We usually don't like to put shirts up for sale online, as a way to convince you to come to the show to get one, but we made an exception this time for obvious reasons.

They're all up on our bandcamp page.

Everything else there is FREE SHIPPING, by the way, in the USA.  So if you'd like a CD, vinyl, DVD, shirt, or comic book, go nuts.

Tour cancellation 

Well it seems like all the popular kids are doing it, so we thought we'd fall in line. The remainder of our spring tour has been cancelled (save the Washington DC and Lancaster PA shows in April, which may still happen depending on how all this shakes out). 

We had high hopes, but it has gotten to the point where it is incredibly unwise for us to stay on the road, for all of our health. We certainly don't want to be unknowing carriers, and a potential news story of "Small band carriers COVID-19 all over the USA" isn't the kind of headlines we'd like. So it is with very heavy hearts (and a few wet eyes) that we cancel this tour. 

However, we will try to reschedule all of these shows once this thing blows over, so consider this a rain check, not a pure cancellation indefinitely. 

In the meantime, we will be doing a few things: 

1) tomorrow we will put the Baba Yaga t-shirts we made up online. So if you want one, you can get one. $20, free shipping anywhere in the USA. 

2) we are going to try to do some live streaming shows! This way we can all attend a PV concert from the safety of our underground cement quarantine bunkers. We'll have open requests for songs, auction off the painting and mail it to whoever wins, and overall try to have a good time. 

3) Elizabeth is going to have a big Etsy sale, so if prints or art was on your mind, wait a few days and that'll be live. 

This is a potentially scary time, but do not panic. Panicking leads to fear, fear leads to anger, anger leads to hate, and hate (as Yoda teaches us) leads to suffering. Stay safe, stay wise, think of others, be kind, and understand that as a planet we are in this together. 

Love you all.



Though we have one last full band show on March 5 in New London, CT at the Oasis Pub at 8 PM, our tour is now finished.  This shot was taken after our last show in Williamsport, and we were all happy/sad it was finished.  This was the first time we finished a tour where I wished we had a few more dates on the road.  All good things must come to an end.  Still!  We will definitely do this again in the future.  No idea when, but the full band Pocket Vinyl will return!