It’s always preferable not to travel with a dead man.

A new and uncertain year is almost upon us. A brief update now couldn’t hurt.

We’re still hard at work on the new record. 99.5% of the way there. Should be available via Night People this upcoming February. You will also have the opportunity to pick it up from us (in the flesh) on a March tour of the west coast with Wet Hair. Dates will be posted as things get hammered out.

As of this upcoming Tuesday (December 4th), Children of Desire will once again be available in physical form (on LP and, for the first time, CD). In addition to popping up in record stores near you, it can also be acquired online through Amazon, SC Distribution, and other fine internet retailers.

Our previous tour CD-R Angels in the Station has gotten the cassette treatment from our good friends at Drugged Conscience. Limited supply, so click quick.

We do have a few shows scattered throughout the upcoming months. A couple of gigs at Art Basel in Miami (Psychic TV has canceled their appearance at our 12/6 show. Unfortunate news to write of on this, thee 23rd post ov the WMerch blog!), an anti-Armageddon get-down in Tampa, and some festivals in Chicago, Savannah, and Texas.

See y’all soon…

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One Response to “It’s always preferable not to travel with a dead man.”
  1. Andy reitz says:

    Children of desire is so very very good. Keep it up guys. Your music is blowing the ears off kids here in Bangkok, Thailand. Can’t wait to hear what’s next!

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