Paul faked us (me) out with a mid-week post of a new* tune, this one streaming for free. “New*” because, while it’s newly released, it’s a song Paul played live at the Pantages in 2004 and at the First Act Guitar Studio show in 2005 (see setlist). The artwork for the track is great – and so is the track itself, a gorgeous ballad.
Paul also posted a new picture on DWG 😎
If it’s Saturday, then it’s time for a new PW song and today we have “Mrs. Beethoven”, which I’ll let Bob Mehr describe to you:
New music also means new artwork, of course!
The video teaser is just a short clip of Paul talking, I won’t spoil it for you, but here’s hoping it means there’s a performance video in our future. Grabbed a still from it.
New tune for the long weekend: “Country Boy”. This one is available on Bandcamp, rather than Nimbit. The previous two releases, “Surrounded by Morons” and “What the Gym Couldn’t Do” are also now available on Bandcamp, so if you ran into problems trying to purchase them previously, try again!
Fun artwork for “Country Boy” – a screenshot of an Apple Music search 😎
Dry Wood Garage has some new art work too, including another search image.
Another new song posted, an up-tempo little number called “What The Gym Couldn’t Do”. It’s $1 to download from Nimbit Music or from Bandcamp.
If the phrase “What The Gym Couldn’t Do” rings a Mats bell with you, you have a good memory! When the Mats played The Sinclair in Cambridge in April 2015, they played an improvised blues jam about “Skinny Black Jeans That Do What The Gym Could Not”.
Speaking of ‘skinny”, here’s a new image that was posted on Dry Wood Garage along with this song.
Something new this weekend from the Dry Wood Garage. A new song, “Surrounded By Morons” is available. This one though, you’ll have to pay for, which seems like a pretty fair deal after weeks of free music, yes? The download is available from Nimbit Music or from Bandcamp.