I’m on my way

Five years ago today, Roger Moutenot parked himself on a broken air conditioner substituting for a chair in our Hoboken rehearsal space and we began recording Popular Songs.  Two of said songs made their way into our  sets at the Beachland Ballroom in Cleveland last year, where we performed Fade bonus track, our version of Times New Viking’s “Move to California,” with TNV’s Jared and Adam in the audience.  Later they joined us for a cover by some Ohioans who moved to California (I don’t think we planned this), the Cramps’ “Drug Train.”


mag-Popular Songs-December 1934