A good old-fashioned drinkin’ song, featuring a fiddle! Is it country, cajun, or zydeco?
OCD, The Partridge Family, and the theory that the human brain can only pay attention to three things at once.
R.E.M.-ish jangle and the dark recesses of the human mind.
Writers block, guest musicians, and COWBELL! Check out the latest Letter Seventeen podcast and learn all about the song “My Mind Is Blank”.
We are thrilled to announce the official release of our 2013 RPM album “How The Story Goes”. The album is available for purchase on iTunes, the Amazon MP3 store, and CDBaby, or you can choose your own price (including free!) at the Letter Seventeen Bandcamp site. Use whichever link you want, but please go download and listen to the album. Then share it! Tell your friends! Get them to download it, too. Then post links to your favorite songs on Facebook and Twitter. Help spread the word about Letter Seventeen!
Interested in a physical CD? They should be available by mid-May. Become a fan of Letter Seventeen on Facebook and leave a comment on the wall.
Picking up on an internet theme three months late and failing to capitalize in it. At least Tim got to use his new microphone.
Psychedelia, sitars, and guitar solos. Learn all about the final track from King Richard.
Vocal harmonies, an unintentional Jeff Lyne Tribute, and yarn bombs.
Our contribution to the 2012 RPM Christmas Challenge. Enjoy!
We’re nothing if not timely, so here’s a new song taking advantage of the whole “McKayla’s Not Impressed” meme.
Two months after everyone else has forgotten about it.
Regardless, it was a fun song and provided a nice warm-up to our next adventure – a Christmas song for the 2012 RPM Holiday Challenge!
The download link is below the video.