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You’re Alight 7″ pre-order

UPDATE (6/2): The record is officially out today, and thus the pre-order is over. Thanks to everyone who placed an order! There are still some copies left, so get your orders in soon. If mp3s are your thing, the single is now available at all of your favorite online retailers.

We’re very excited to finally start selling the new singles! New 7″ You’re Alight will hit the streets on June 2, but you can order yours now. There are only 250 copies of available, so be sure to get one early. The songs “You’re Alight” and “A Band Undone” are pressed on beautiful clear vinyl, and the silkscreened sleeves were created by San Francisco’s Yellow Owl Workshop. To sweeten the deal, the first 50 pre-orders receive a very special Eux Autres lapel pin. Who doesn’t love lapel pins? We’ve also got another pre-order special going where you can add on a copy of the first Eux Autres single “Partick Nil” for a mere $2.00 extra. All copies of the new 7″ contain a coupon for free mp3 downloads of both songs.

Check out all the artwork below.

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you're alight packaging

you're alight cover

you're alight lapel pin

Record pressing, etc.

Lots of things going on, so I thought I’d post a little update…

Recording went really well and we’ve got three new songs on tape. These three songs, along with another new one from a session last fall, will appear on a 7” EP being released by Where It’s At Is Where You Are Records in the UK this summer.

But before that, we’ve got a 7” coming out on May 5. The a-side is called “You’re Alight” with a song called “A Band Undone” on the b-side. The wonderful Yellow Owl Workshop is hard at work on the sleeves, and they look amazing—hand-screened sleeves with clear vinyl. We’re working on a special pre-order package, so watch this space for more info in the coming weeks.

We’ve got shows confirmed for NYC Popfest (5/16 @ The Bell House), SF Popfest (5/24 @ Café Du Nord), and Indietracks (7/24-26 in Derbyshire, England). We’re in the process of setting up some more shows in the UK around Indietracks.

I picked up a new lomography (lomographic?) camera and took some pictures when we were recording in March. See below (more at Flickr)