Jason Sievers of hardmath.net created a video for the song “Anything And Everything” and we’re happy to present it here – you can download it here in Quicktime format from the media section, then head over to the forum and post your thoughts on it!
The Posies’ video for “Conversations” can now be viewed online here at Rykodisc’s website.
Here is the latest update on upcoming in-store performances & radio apperances:
SEPTEMBER 27, 2005 – TUESDAY – SHOW DAY PHILLY
7PM AKA MUSIC
27 N 2nd St, Philadelphia, 19106
SEPTEMBER 28, 2005 WEDNESDAY – SHOW DAY HOBOKEN
Jersey City, NJ 07303
225 Washington Street
Hoboken, NJ 07030
SEPTEMBER 29, 2005 – THURSDAY – SHOW DAY NEW YORK
173 West 81st Street (between Amsterdam & Columbus)
New York, NY 10024
SEPTEMBER 30, 2005 – FRIDAY – SHOW DAY NORTHAMPTON
5PM B-SIDE RECORDS
273 Main Street Northampton, MA 01060
The Posies will be shooting a video for ‘Conversations’ this Thursday (the 14th) in Seattle, and they are looking for extras. They will not be able to pay you, but a hot meal will be provided!
If you fit any of these descriptions (or know someone who does), e-mail a photo to firstname.lastname@example.org.
– Asian man and woman, both 40+ yrs old
– Hispanic man, 20-40 yrs old
– African American man, 40+ yrs old
– Two caucasian women 60 + yrs old
For the week of July 9th. Click here to visit Billboard’s site and read their review of the album.
Every Kind Of Light is now available worldwide, after being released today on Rykodisc in the US and Canada (the German release is going to be a week from now, on 4 July). Pick up a copy and share your thoughts in the EKOL forum.
Featured on billboard.com
Seattle-based power pop veterans the Posies will break a seven-year new album drought with “Every Kind of Light,” due Tuesday (June 28) via Rykodisc. The 12-track record would appear to have been a long time in the making. But according to co-frontman Jon Auer, its actual recording was a lightning-quick process capping a half-decade of the band’s adventures in limbo.
“We’d actually officially broken up after ‘Success’ in 1998 and called it a day,” Auer tells Billboard.com. “We actually decided it was over before making that record. Then we toured it and said good night.”
Read the rest here.
Click here to visit the ecard (flash required to view) made by Jonathan Krop and listen to a few new tracks.
Filter Magazine is running a promo for the new album and are offering an mp3 download of ‘Conversations’. Click here to visit their site and listen to the song.