I’m going to try and blog more often than once a month. I mean it this time.
Anyway, the thing I wanted to talk to you about this June is Jeff Caudill.
It’s a well documented fact that I love(d) Gameface, and pretty much everything that Jeff has done since. You might also be aware that my favourite Gameface LP was 2001s “Always On”
The album was as radio friendly as anything the band ever did, with My Star becoming a bona fide indie radio hit. I could talk forever about each of the songs and the memories that they hold. But then that’s what was so great about Gameface, their songs were always so easy to make your own…. But I digress.
So, fast forward a decade, and Jeff has just released Always On – an acoustic LP to mark the tenth anniversary of the original. All your favourites, but acoustic and a little more mature (I swear, if the new version of Warmest Heart Attack doesn’t melt your heart just a little bit, then you probably don’t have one)
The record is available through Unless You Try, here – and is pressed on black, blue and clear vinyl. (You also get a copy of Every Last Song, the rarities and demo’s record that I love so much, with each purchase)
To support the release of this record, Jeff is heading to the UK this July. It’s a small DIY tour so it’d be awesome to see some of you there. Looking forward to the Windmill so much!
Monday, July 18
LONDON, UK at The Windmill Brixton
Tuesday, July 19
OXFORD, UK at The Gloucester Arms
Wednesday, July 20
SHEFFIELD, UK at The Greystones
Friday, July 22
BOLTON, UK at The Dog and Partridge
Thursday, July 28
CAMBRIDGE, UK at The Portland Arms