People, Out Now!

We released our first single, People, off our upcoming album last Friday! It’s available everywhere you listen to music, but feel free to find it HERE.

We are truly proud of this tune, and we hope you all love it as much as we do. Keep checking back here and our social media pages to see the need-to-know info on the release of the album. It’s coming soon, so keep your eyes peeled.

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SHOW ALERT!

We’ve been super silent for the last several months, and haven’t played a show since December. Part of that was due to us finishing up tracking our next record, and part of it was that life can be ridiculous. Let’s not get into that, and just focus on the good news - WE’RE PLAYING A GAT DANG SHOW!

Two weeks from today on March 30th, we’ll be jumping up on Cafe Nola’s stage (we’ve been assured that they will be open by the 30th), and knocking out the cobwebs. It’s going to be one of their first shows after reopening post remodel. We’re pumped, and we hope you all are too. We’ll also be bringing our good friends in Lucas Laws & the Scofflaws. They’ll be closing the night down, so be sure to get there early. We’ll be warming the dance floor up after a nice hibernation. See you all there.

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LP 2 Update!

For those of you that have been with the MTNS for years, you know that our first record, Velvet Raccoon, came out quite a long time ago. And with following us for that long period of time, you know we’ve been talking about a sophomore follow up since 2013. When the band came back from our hiatus, we released our first track since 2012 with Trenches as part of a local music sampler procured by Flying Dog in 2015. Ever since then, a lot of you have asked about when we will release more stuff like Trenches. We are happy to say, that reality is closer than it has ever been.

In the fall of 2017, we started tracking our second album, for real. Those sessions had sat dormant for over a year, but that hibernation is over. Two weeks ago, we spent the entire week holed up in Pat’s house with our good friend, Derek Salazar. He took those year old sessions, and we got to work. Between guitars, banjos, omnichords, eating PB&Js, Derek cooking eggs, lead vocals, hitting random objects in Pat’s garage as percussion, discovering NICE coconut cookies, and gang vocals, the record is sounding like a record. We are so close, and there is a light at the end of the tunnel. That light looks like a second album.

It’s hard to ask those who have stuck by us for so long, to wait just a bit longer, but please wait just a bit longer. We promise this will be worth it. As was said before, we are so close, and it feels great.

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