We’re hitting the road for a couple short trips this next month. Come check us out if you’re in the area!
You may have noticed that we have been absent the last few weeks. Here’s an update on what we’ve been doing.
We took some time off this last month while Forrest traveled to the other side of the world to explore the wonders of Thailand. While he searched for the answer to life, the rest of us plugged away at our day jobs waiting for his return. It’s been a short break that has felt like a year, and we are itching to get back out on stage.
Good news, our first show back will be on Nov. 10 at Neumos! This is just our second show there, and we could not be more excited to be sharing the stage with some of Seattle’s finest. Check out SPG and the Vices, COHO, and Sundog.
Seriously, we cannot wait for this. Tickets are available at Neumos.com
Drummers always have the best seat in the house, but Tractor Tavern’s dance floor is definitely a close second. See you this Saturday!
It has been an incredibly fun and exciting week for us! We performed yesterday at Seattle Center for the Northwest Folklife Festival, and were lucky enough to be a part of the Seattle Living Room Showcase sponsored by KEXP. The weather held up, there was music in the air and folks were out to dance the day away. It was a perfect Seattle day and a great way to end the week.
We started it off with a bang last Saturday night with the release of our first music video “One of Them Days”. Thanks to everyone who came out and made it such a memorable night! We were so happy to see you all and celebrate our hard work. Check out the video below and let us know what you think!
Check out our latest release off “Peppermint”.
We dig it.
We had the pleasure of sailing around Lake Union on a sunny Seattle morning and recorded a live acoustic version of “The Man That I Am.” It was a fantastic day and one that couldn’t have happened without the awesome people at Urban Elements!
Check out “One of Them Days” and stay tuned for Lanford Black’s upcoming EP, Peppermint.
This is the latest release from Urban Elements!
Filmed in Seattle, Washington on January 27, 2015.
Directed by David Rzegocki
Sound by Kevin Munro
Edited by Curtis Emerson
Logo Design by Karlyne Sapp
Urban Elements is a Seattle-based collaboration project between music lovers and filmmakers working with artists to show live, intimate, one of a kind musical performances. This is music as it is intended to be heard, in it’s element.
The Urban Elements Project was created by David Rzegocki and Kevin Munro.
© Urban Elements 2015