Wednesday, August 29, 2007

The 1900s Stream Another Cold And Kind Track, Announce Record Release Show



Download: The 1900s - "Georgia"

Do yourselves a favor and head over to The 1900s website and stream another harmonious, fantastically poppy, track from the septet's upcoming LP Cold And Kind. The track is called "Acutiplantar Dude" and you can listen to it here. There's no dictionary entry for Acutiplantar but the word Plantar, by itself, means "of, or pertaining to, the small of the foot" (e.g., a plantar wart) and acuti has to be similar to acute so...small wart, dude? Perhaps 1900s band member Nurse Murph can shed some lyrical light here?

ANYWAY, you can try to figure out what the song means by clicking on the media player at the band's website. That is, if you're not too busy submersing yourself in jingle-jangle bliss.

In other band news, the group announced a record release party at Chicago's Empty Bottle on Oct. 12th. The show starts at9:00 p.m. Buy tickets for that event here.

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(Jonathan Graef)

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1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

ha - it's the soul of your feet - as in the soul you stand on dude...

11:29 AM  

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