Midwest! Thank you so much. Great shows and great bands, not a single bummer town show in the lot of them. Say…wha?!? Geoff, Tony and “Showtime”, AKA: TROPHY WIVES you are a wonderful band and the greatest of dudes LET’S DO IT AGAIN, Thoughts Detecting Machines, you are dignified. Blackout Dates: Glad we got to see you at least once. Jeff Moody: You are an incredible human being. Ryan Werner you are a treasure. Endless shout outs, endless late night laughs over cheap beer and ringing hearing from kick ass music. Gonna go ahead and call this one a win. Q: “ARE WE HAVING FUN YET?!?” A: “YES!!! YES!!! YES!!!”
Please don’t forget that you can order our new album from us direct/seismic wave:
cds ship immediately, vinyl in October… and digital immediately.
Here is the first song on the new Victory and Associates record: Better Luck Next Life. It’s called “We’ll Have To Be Our Own Heroes”. You can listen or get a free download at that link, purchase a download of the whole album NOW, or preorder it on CD or LP. Thank you so much for the support and please feel free to reshare.
We’re as pleased as can be to be sharing the stage at the wonderful New Parish with the mighty Thermals!
Whose new record Desperate Ground is a total ripper.
Victory and Associates
Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm
$15.00 – $18.00
I believe the appropriate reaction is: “fuckin’ A.”
Hi All, we’re very pleased to announce that we will be recording a brand new full length record.
The record is tentatively called “Screaming Outside the Airlock” and it is a concept record based on the disconnection from each other our modern world faces. Sounds like a party, right? Anyway, we’re going to be recording it with Mr. Toshi Kasai (Melvins, Tool, Hurry Up Shotgun, etc.) and we’re as pleased as can be about it.
For those of you that like lists of songs with little to no context in it:
We’ll Have To Be Our Own Heroes
Everything’s Amazing (Nobody’s Happy)
“Are We Having Fun Yet?”
The End of Memory
Taste the Danger
And a couple of others, we’re still working that out.
Anyway, we’re pleased as can be to be working with Latest Flame Records for this one. And rest assured there will be some touring. ok?
Until then we have a couple of bay area shows coming up, one at 924 Gilman with the Bismarck from Seattle. An Excellent, excellent band who we love quite a bit. And April 27th at the Hemlock with Qui (from LA) and Big Long Now. Also great acts! Rumor has it that we’ll be playing a house show too, but you’ll have to ask us after that one. And of course give the secret phrase.
-Conan, Evan, Mouse and Shane
Playing with some great bands, should be a blast.
See you there. These California boys are going to be dressing warm.
last V&A show of the year… ya heard!
Art Beat Foundation @ The 25th Street Collective
477 25th Street (between Broadway/Telegraph)
Oakland, CA, US
W/ Dum Spero Spiro, Nat Carsten’s birthday show!, all ages, 08:30 $8-$15 Sliding Scale
Other than that, we’re just writing songs for the next record. We are pretty psyched on them!
Q: You can’t be serious!
A: This is for real, this is FOR SERIOUS:
Here we are folks, there are a bunch of places we would love to play, but we are very limited on time here… we’re super pleased to be playing with some incredible bands though at some amazing places. If you live in any of these areas or know somebody that is, please, please spread the word. Thanks! We are excited to rock across these United States of ours.
9/30/2012 at Shea’s Tavern
715 South Virginia Street, Reno, NV
10/01/2012 at Burt’s Tiki Lounge
726 South State Street Salt Lake City, UT 84111
21+ w/The Jingoes, Minx $5
10/02/2012 at Lost Lake Lounge
3602 E. Colfax Blvd., Denver, Co
10/04/2012 at Off Minor
1689 Elm St, Dubuque, IA
w/Legal Fingers, Skamp, Remember Last Fall
Wednesday November 7th, 2012
Bottom Of The Hill
1233 17th Street, San Francisco, 94107, United States
21+, Tickets available here.
Nov. 7th, Victory and Associates will be playing support for Mike Watt & the missingmen in San Francisco at Bottom of the Hill. To say that we’re excited about this is an understatement of the highest order. The opportunity to share the stage with a living legend and somebody whose music and personal philosophy helped shape me (neutron) as a musician and a human is a rarified treat.
Hope to see you there!