Contrast and Compare

between the busy ones

And the ones that don't care

Until there is no one that you really know

So I drift through these days of appointments and promises made

They will all end up broken and quickly replaced.

Weeks are slow, days drag on;

Even practice and parties seem long

But I found myself going

I guess there's nothing to do

Oh well

Group of kids, line of cars,

More will show up after the bars close

There's this boredom that drowns everything.

Bottles break, music plays, conversations competing for space

I look for a corner or a quieter room

There's no heat in this house

I can't breath with these words in my mouth

But I'm not going to say them

Yeah, I've made that mistake before

| Sophie | MN |

(Source: lacarpa, via squashbucklers)

I Am The Movie: The Movie



Last year we sorted through hours of video footage and photographs from when we first recorded and released our debut album, I Am The Movie. We realized we had such great footage from those days that we thought it would be cool to put together a documentary inspired stylistically by Fugazi’s Instrument.  We asked our friend Melissa Kraemer to lead the project and she did an amazing job editing together the story of I Am The Movie through the songs, from start to end. 

We are releasing this video documentary, now called I Am The Movie: The Movie, on May 13th through our longtime label Epitaph Records.  I Am the Movie: The Movie will be available on limited edition DVD in the original floppy disk packaging that the album was released on, as well as through digital outlets like iTunes and Amazon.

You can watch the I Am The Movie: The Movie trailer here:

To celebrate the release of the documentary, we will perform the album I Am The Movie acoustic, for the first time ever, in it’s entirety, start to finish at the 240-cap seated McNally-Smith Auditorium on the campus of McNally-Smith College of Music in St. Paul, MN on Tuesday, May 13th at 7PM.  Tickets are $25.00 and will be on-sale on Friday April 18th at 10 a.m. via or at the Depot Tavern


In the delivery room


mother: is it a boy or a girl?

doctor: *puts baby between teeth* it’s a metaphor

(via undercoverho)