Saltbreakers LP, Best of Tour List
We have some exciting news. Saltbreakers has been released on 180-Gram Virgin Vinyl by Portland-based record label, Film Guerrero. It’s a gatefold record, and it looks and sounds wonderful. They only pressed 500 of them, and you can order it here!
Also, we have raised one-thousand dollars for the Young Rapture Choir, through sales of their cd. You can donate to the choir by ordering that limited edition cd here.
And finally, the clock is counting down on the video contest. Be sure to submit your entries, postmarked by August 31. Check the website for all the details.
Here’s the best of lists from the most recent tours. Thanks so much for coming out and supporting these shows! The band will be out and touring North America this fall, so keep checking the website for those tour dates.
See you in the fall!
Best of Solo European Summer Tour
Best Driving Music – tie between Alice Coltrane’s “Journey in Satchidananda” and Neil Young’s “Harvest Moon”
Best Gift from a Fan – a piece of Mars from Alastair of Meteors Belief Project
Best Helpful Pals – Katie, Matthew and Phil — THANKS!
Best Worst Idea for Pre-Bedtime TV Movie – “Jaws” in Newcastle
Best Solution to “Jaws” Anxiety – Ambien from the nice Irish/Alaskan lady on the plane
Best Goths – teens hanging around the churchyards in Newcastle
Best View – Ireland, from the plane
Best Audience Participation: Whistling – London
Best Solo Show by 71-Yr-Old Legend – Kris Kristofferson in Newcastle
Best Sunny Seaside Show – Brighton
Best Lakeside Show with View of Alps – Zurich
Best Psychedelic Tree – Zurich
Best Freakiest Driving – Into central London solo
Best Wind Blowing Through a Forest at Night – Zurich
Best Day Off – riding bikes, cooking dinner and playing Scrabble with Letitia, Perry, Katie, Tom and Chris at Bernie’s in Manchester
Best Golden-Lit Countryside Drive – Ledbury to London
Best Goddess of Rhythm – Juana Molina at the Big Chill Festival
Thanks so much to all who helped along the way — this was a challenging but satisfying tour.