Hey, yall. Toronto was excellent. Some highlights included watching women swarm Eric Melvin like he was a bag of shit-smeared garbage in the middle of a raccoon colony late on Saturday night, or hanging out with the Lawrence Arms dudes in the back of a really cool bar on Monday morning where the bartender decided that we just didn’t need to pay for any drinks (Canadian hospitality!), and of course playing two really, really fun shows. The first one was my birthday party show at a small club (that was where Melvin barely escaped with his wang) and the second one was the full band playing on a giant outdoor stage located in a national historic monument that had been completely festooned in things that said Jagermeister.
There were dark moments as well. My hotel room smelled like there was someone in it actively smoking and it looked like that same person had blasted loads all over everything, if jizz burned things. That was the worst part. Everything else was really fun and easy. We even took a boat to the airport.
The thing is, though, that this weekend I’m about to play shows with my old highschool band (we were called Slapstick) and a solo show with the Alkaline Trio. The shit’s gonna be fun, but as of right now I’m a little braindead from the Toronto trip and I’m WAY behind on getting all my shit done, so I apologize for the lack of blogging right now. I promise to get this shit up, running and dick-jokier than ever asap.
It does bear mentioning that I am also undertaking a new web endeavor very soon that will be very, very exciting. For now, you can follow the Static Age Daily Twitter account and wait for details.
Okay, love y’all. Thanks Toronto! See you this weekend, Ska fans (oh jesus…)