Showing posts with label Media. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Media. Show all posts

Friday, September 2, 2011

Live Photos at Carabar w/ Fat Shadow

Check out these photos of us playing at Carabar with Fat Shadow! Thanks to Rachael Barbash!

Saturday, June 11, 2011

Modern Lovers Tribute!

Hey everybody!

Tonight we're playing an awesome Jonathan Richman Tribute Show here in Columbus. In honor of that we put together a small 4 song EP of all Modern Lovers song that we did! You can download it here!

Hope you enjoy!

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Tin Armor on CD101


We are going to be on the most fantastic CD101, this Thursday at 9 pm. If you don't live in Columbus or you're just not aware, CD101 is an independent FM music radio station, and it rules. Every weeknight at 9 pm, Tom Butler hosts Frontstage 101, an all local music showcase on CD101. On Thursday, he will be playing some new songs that we recorded in the studio over the summer!

To learn more about CD101 click here.

To learn more about Fronstage 101 click here.

To stream CD101 live click here.

Awesome.

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

New Music!

If you want to listen to the new stuff we have just recorded, 3 new songs can now be found on our myspace! or you can follow the links below.

Life of Abundance

Just So I Know It

Oh yea, and let me know what you think!

-John

Friday, July 10, 2009

Strange and Estranging Video

Hey everybody! Here is a video of Matt and I playing with our friends on violin, violin and cello.

Monday, June 22, 2009

Please Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood

Here is a video of us playing 'Please Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood.' Also, check out our set at Comfest this year. We're playing Friday at 5pm on the main stage. We'll be accompanied by some string players too. It should be pretty cool. We plan on posting some more videos soon. 

Saturday, January 10, 2009

The Misanthrope

Here's a song from our 2007 full-length "A Better Place Than I Have Been" released by One Percent Press. 

The Misanthrope

Walking in the park, sleeping in car...
I may sound miserable in these lines
But I will eat from the fruit of life in time.
But I won't look you in the eyes
So don't you look in mine
Because I'm so sick of crying about it.
I don't want to talk and pretend it's all alright.
Were do I reside?
In homes far removed from my own heart.
I took one in the back and I know I want to start
To move away but still stay close, and so
Every chance I get
I go walking in the park, sleeping in the car
Away from this.
I don't want to think about it anymore.
It's a matter of give and take.
And I'll take what I deserve and I'll make it stick.
As far as I'm concerned, in your wake
It's hard to stand the waves.
Where do I reside?
In homes far removed from my own heart.
I'm trying to take them back
But I can't get away
Walking in the park, sleeping in the car
Away from this.
I don't want to think about you anymore.
I think about it too often.
I've got to get away.

The Roof and the Rod

Here is a song from our 7" EP released by Whoa Oh Records. 

The Roof and the Rod

We were born with scholars hearts but minds for law,
Not far in age and measured with marks on the wall.
But now our shoulders don’t stand for old.
There is more to it than we’ll ever know
So we tax our minds by thinking.
A search for reason amid distractions like
What do our betters lend to other betters when
Time’s expanse has left them with mostly bitterness?

“We shared the roof and rod so don’t be shy,”
A brother’s pardon breathes out like a sigh.
“And waiting for tomorrow won’t hasten the light
It’s daylights cruel kind to wait all night
Although I have no where to go.”

May all these fatal flame be put away,
Or laid to rest for another day.
And I explain that you’ve got to let it go
“You say there’s no possibility, so…”
If you are stubborn I am stumped
Though I know I am the same way.
But what do fair brothers lend to their blooded kin?
We always apologize but what do fair brothers lend?

“We shared the roof and rod so don’t be shy,”
A brother’s pardon breathes out like a sigh.
“And waiting for tomorrow won’t hasten the light
It’s daylights cruel kind to wait all night
Although I have no where to go.”