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A rousing rendition of our track from the Karl Rove: Courage and Consequence record.
Thanks to Nik Christofferson and Seattle Rock Guy for the video and writeup.
Party Savior/Thousandaire $5, double A side single is available for preorder just go to: http://victoryandassociates.bandcamp.com/
We’re still counting the nickels and dimes required to finish the pressing of our debut 7″. It’s not easy, because we have a badass Stumptown letterpress jacket designed by Rachel Carns and we are having them made on GOLD colored vinyl. Current estimation is that we’ll have them in hand for our show in mid-June, the harsh banality of daily life fueling the ever fleeting moments when we get to really do what we want.
It already has a cool review by Built on a Weak Spot:
…however Victory and Associates takes the fun loving/good time party rock vibe even further and has come out as the purest effort yet. It sort of reminds me of a RFTC at times, obviously minus the horn section, however the energy and anthemic qualities are all there that makes this debut 7-inch from the band a fun time.
It’s just $5, and the preorders help us immensely in both covering costs to get this out and doing other awesome things.
If you’d like to order a copy of this awesome release and simultaneously help us out: just go to: http://victoryandassociates.bandcamp.com/ to order.
All kinds of awesome at the Hemlock on a friday.
Bay Area awesome, awesomes, they know how to bring the party, and they bring it to you with a smile.
RIYL: Breeders, Pixies, Camper Van Beethoven
Victory and Associates
Fresh off their super successful Pacific northwest tour
Post-Proto-Punk/Rock and roll good times party machine.
“If Cheap Trick got into a car crash with Danzig while listening to the song Kids in America, you might end up with Victory and Associates.”
Members of Replicator, Mount Vicious, Ned, Ghost To Atom, Radio Crimes, etc.
featuring the Dawg.
RIYL: the rock… and also fun
Here Come the Saviours
Marc and Steve were in The Otherside, Jake was in The Stratford 4, Susan was in The Tail.
What? You need more?
Well how about seriously moody shoegaze badassery?
RIYL: Jesus and Mary Chain, Stone Roses, MBV, etc.