We showed up at the Canadian border at 2AM last night. After about 2 and a half hours sitting at the border, being questioned about every part of our lives, and being individually interviewed…not all of us were let in. It seems like we keep hitting roadblocks and struggles on this tour. I’m sorry to inform everyone that we won’t be able to play full band at the Hard Luck on March 3rd in Toronto. I’ll be traveling up with Major League and playing acoustic. This is not the way we wanted it to go but shit happens. A lot more shit than we’ve wanted this tour. Hope you guys come out to see me play acoustic and see the amazing guys in Seaway, Better Off, and Major League. The shows going to rule.
You asked us a question and I accidentally deleted it so here’s your response…
It all depends on what you mean by “live”. Are we able to survive on the road? Yeah definitely. We can eat and party a little bit. We almost all have moved back into our parents houses back home, have part time jobs, and are barely making ends meet though. But the thing is that we have a huge opportunity that not a lot of people get. We get to play the music we write and love across the country and spend our “golden years” meeting thousands of different people who have the same interests as us. As of right now, it’s not about making it into a career. It’s mainly about having a good time. If it turns into a career for us then thank god. I wouldn’t mind doing this for the rest of my life. But right now we’re all content. We love seeing kids singing back every night and making an impact, even if it’s the smallest one, in people’s lives. If you write music you love and believe in it then please go for it. You will not regret this feeling.