Park's new EP, Jacob the Rabbit, is streaming the replies. You can read the entire concept story behind the effort on this website. The vinyl is still available for pre-order from our friends at Bad Timing Records.
Park will release a three-song EP titled Jacob the Rabbit - the first new material in eight years - on July 15th via Bad Timing Records. Pre-orders and a song premiere are coming next Tuesday. In the interim, you can watch a teaser video in the replies.
Alex Haycraft (Park/ex Just Surrender) is working on a website for artists, fans, radio stations, venues, etc. called Get Heard Music. All genres welcome! The website aims to help independent artists spread their music and stay connected with other artists and fans. The website will be free for all artists - promo spots are open for any artists but are on a first come first serve basis. Promos will change once a week. Click on 'Get Featured' to submit your request. Feel free to leave comments/recommendations in the contact area.
The website will feature Ladd Mitchell's (Park) new project Tiger Tank in the near future.
Park have posted a trailer for their forthcoming DVD, Forming an End, which is scheduled to see release this October. The DVD will include footage from the group's final performance, which took place this May in Springfield, Illinois, as well as a considerable amount of bonus footage. The trailer can be seen in the replies.
Park's new album (produced by Cameron Webb) is going to be out in mid-June and is titled Building A Better Pirate. If you're expecting to hear "It Wont Snow Where You're Going" part 2, you may be in for a surprise. The subject matter is so much more then just relationship songs. In fact, there is even a song for Andy Wildrick of The Junior Varsity.
Park is playing there first show in Springfiled IL in months after getting back from recording their new album. The show is Feb. 18th and Knights Action Park, The Trade Winds Building. They are playing with current PureVOLUME pure picks Midnight Fall. The show starts at 7 PM and its six bucks to get in.
On January 28th, Park finished recording their new album. According to the producer Cameron Webb, 11 songs were completed and the album is filled with "gems". Once the band arrives home, they will begin playing some midwest shows before heading out on a full U.S. tour. More details on the tour will be announced soon.