We had an amazing time this past week on our Oregon/California tour! We are happy to say that our first West Coast tour was a success. It was especially difficult since our bass player of five years, Paul Brittain, had recently decided to (amicably) leave the band. But we've been delighted to have our dear friend, Chris Lau, take up the spot as bassist for The Fourth Wall.
It has also been a blessing to be playing along side our very own Max Lilien's other project Dead Men Talking. It was a pure joy to hear them play every night.
To everyone who came out to one of our shows in Seattle, Salem, Eugene, Oakland, and LA, thanks for your love and support! Until we meet again!
An extended list of persons and things that require our thanks:
-The Ceullar Family
-Jason Andrew Taylor
-Dead Men Talking
-Sam Bond’s Garage
-Old Nick’s Pub
-The Stork Club
-Taix French Restaurant
-The exuberant middle-aged woman who would not stop emitting her ear-splitting vocalized pleasure/pain(?) during one of our sets and also shouted, “You guys are amazing! But you’re all going to die and no one will remember you!”
-The San Francisco Giants
-The McKenzie River spirit that taught us an extraordinary lesson in humility
-Dan Harmon’s podcast, Harmontown, for providing something we could listen to for hours on the road, keeping our spirits up