March 2, 2022 – New single, new tour dates!

Happy March, everyone! We hope the changing weather and the rapid decline in COVID cases is making the future look far brighter heading forward. We’re definitely cautiously optimistic heading into the second quarter of the year.

What’s got us feeling optimistic?

Well, on the 11th of this month, we’ll be celebrating one year of Cracked, Flawed and Frayed being out in the world by releasing a brand new song! The song is entitled Better Off Gone and will be available wherever you listen to music! This will be on our new EP we’ve got planned for release later this spring, which will be the first in a series of EPs that will eventually be compiled into a true album. We’re really excited about getting back to recording, working on new songs and revisiting some songs that deserved more production from A Place to Call Home. We hope y’all enjoy listening to them as much as we’re enjoying making them.

On the live music front, we’re getting back to it this month with a weekend run with The Reverend Red and Matthew From The Colonies. March 19th, we’ll be at Devil in the Deep Brewery in Galveston and on March 20th, we’ll be at Dan Electros here in Houston. These shows are going to be a lot of fun, so we recommend making it out to one or both of them.

Then, in early-to-mid June, we’ll be hitting the road for a couple of weeks with Grifters & Shills for dates around Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska and Colorado. We’re really excited to be hitting the road with our good friends from here in the Houston area and going out to play our songs for other folks in the region. We’re really fired up that.

That’s all we’ve got for now. If you want to see the dates we currently have booked, just visit our tour dates page. The new song will be out everywhere on March 11th. We’re still working on bringing y’all more new music and we’ll see y’all out and about soon!

Be safe out there, friends!

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