“We’re really excited to be able to announce that we’ll be working with Upset on their debut album. The new band is fronted by former New Brunswick resident and longtime friend of the label Ali Koehler (Vivian Girls, Best Coast) who is backed by Jenn Prince and Patty Schemel (Hole). They’ll be recording their full length with Kyle Gilbride (Swearin’, Waxahatchee) for a Fall release.”
Twitter / Upset: https://twitter.com/weareUPSET
“Walking past Los Angeles’ Griffith Observatory one night, Vivian Girls member and La Sera leader Katy Goodman and the Hush Sound‘s Greta Morgan had an idea to write a song about finding love in another dimension, so they recorded “Space Time” in Morgan’s rehearsal space as Books of Love. They even found the time to run around L.A. in tinfoil Sputnik helmets for the song’s equally lighthearted music video, putting up “Have You Seen?” posters of Goodman’s far-out lover. (…)”
Read the review: http://pitchfork.com/reviews/tracks/15473-space-time/
Tour date: May 18, 2013 – Scott & Charlene’s Wedding // La Big Vic // Shorts // Cassie Ramone @ 252 Norman Ave.
Cassie Ramone 9:30 pm
La Big Vic 11:00pm
Scott & Charlene’s Wedding 11:45pm
FEATURING! FEEDING PEOPLE! KING TUFF IN AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND! LA SERA! BUILT TO SPILL! A BABY DANCING TO NOBUNNY! TASHAKI MIYAKI! AND MOOOOOOREEEEEE!
Produced by Jack Sample & Steele O’Neal – BRGRTV brought to you by Burger Records
released 07 May 2013
Katy Goodman and Greta Morgan
Mixing and Bass by Bobby Lord
Videography and Artwork by Eddie O’Keefe
“While hiking past the Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles, friends Katy Goodman and Greta Morgan were struck with the idea to record a song together: A song about physics and love, science and romance, space and time. Have you ever felt the lovesick pain of falling for someone from a different dimension? We have too.
The next morning, the girls recorded “Space Time” in Greta’s tiny rehearsal space in Glassell Park. While “Space Time” may not be a hit in this dimension yet, the song is topping charts in many others. The girls have plans to tour the Andromeda Galaxy this summer, appear in Bode’s Galaxy this Fall, and make an appearance at the Omega-Palooza Festival to break up the 2.9 million light-year long trip home.
Until then, they will continue enjoying life in this space-time, where Katy is writing the next La Sera album and Greta is about to embark on a tour with The Hush Sound.”