Jason Call of Daphne Loves Derby recently covered an unreleased Relient K song called "Look On Up." The band was previewing the new song during their 10 year anniversary run of Mmhmm. Video in the replies.
The Climbing (ex-Daphne Loves Derby/Transition) have just put out a new album called Perspective with guest vocals by Stephen Christian (Anberlin) and Mike Herrera (Mxpx). Listen on facebook or purevolume and then you can pre-order the record.
Jason Call (ex-Daphne Loves Derby) recently released a new song on his Peru blog, featuring Paul Benson of This Providence, members of Push Push Pull, and many other musicians around the world. The song started in Peru, but then was sent to different places all around the world. Jason sent rough tracks to friends on buddy lists, and then received the collaborated tracks and mixed them into the final song. All was accomplished without ever having a spoken conversation or actually seeing each other in person.
Indie-rock outfit Daphne Loves Derby, who recently reached ten million plays online, have made an alternate version of "Stranger, You and I" available for streaming right here. Furthermore, the act has announced support for their upcoming headlining tour, on which the group will be joined by This Providence, The Higher, and The Reign of Kindo. You can expect dates to be announced shortly.
Daphne Loves Derby are set to perform at a special show presented by Seattle Modern Rock station The End 107.7 this Friday, July 6th at El Corazon. Opening for the band is Forgive Durden, Man Without Wax and Search/Rescue (featuring ex members of Gatsby's American Dream/Acceptance). Prior to the show the band will play a live, on-air acoustic set and do an interview with the station at 6pm.