The tour has come to an end and we couldn't feel more energized on life and this land we get to travel through. We started last month in Montreal, Quebec and finished last night in Portland, Oregon and here we are today on our way home, stopping in Shasta Lake, California for the most perfect exhale ever. From coast to coast we encountered many new and old friends, basked in storytelling from Henry Jamison night after night, taped in-studio performances with Echoes Radio, NPR Music, and Paste Magazine, had the pleasure of our drummer, Ricky Watts, getting his first endorsement deal with Istanbul Mehmet Cymbals after our Los Angeles show, wrote an essay sharing our experiences as women in the music industry for Under the Radar (out today!), and all-the-while felt overwhelming gratitude for the work we get to do. Thank you to each and every person who came out to a show, gave us a platform, and listened. We feel heard and we hear you too. Now it's off to London, England to play Oslo Hackney September 29th with Kawehi and then to Provincetown, Massachusetts to open up for Ani DiFranco on October 8th at Babefest! Then we hit the road with San Fermin October 19th a string of shows in the southeast. Finally, we'll top things off with a benefit gala performance for the Access Institute Spectrum event in our native San Francisco Bay Area. Thank you world! You are colorful and we love you so much.
Gracie and Rachel
Here we are with NPR Music's Bob Boilen after filming our Tiny Desk Concert, to be release later this fall!