To see the music video, go to http://www.thewildhoneypie.com/take-a-trip-with-cheerleaders-perfect-vision-premiere/
It’s been a minute so I wanted to give you a quick update on what we’ve been up to these past few weeks. Hopefully some of you were able to tune in for our recent Live at 5 session for the amazing Radio 104.5 in Philly. We played our recently released single “Perfect Vision” and, as is the tradition, selected one cover. We went with Lorde’s “Team,” which we had a blast doing… so much in fact that we also wound up making a recorded version over at Springhouse Sound. Maybe we’ll even release it someday! 😉
We also played Union Transfer last Friday night opening for Cheers Elephant and the now-sadly-on-hiatus Toy Soldiers. The night was incredible from start to finish – probably our most memorable show to date and playing Union Transfer has always been a dream of ours. We were truly honored.
In other Philly news, we play our next show at Milkboy Philly on August 15th. It’s part of their three-day birthday party extravaganza. And the best part? The tickets are free! You can read all about it here:
We’re also very excited to announce that we’ll be posting a music video for “Perfect Vision” in the very near-ish future, so keep an eye out for that!
Lastly, you can expect to hear a brand new song in a few short weeks. There will also be an EP to follow. Can’t wait to tell you all about it!
We are back from the UK and putting some finishing touches on our next release while also preparing for some local shows. The next one is June 7th at Boot and Saddle on Broad Street. We are psyched to be playing with Philly bands Langor and Dream Safari and to share some brand new songs with you!
Our UK schedule was jam packed. We played 7 shows in 8 days with only two days off. We explored museums, worked on the record, and when we had time we went out for a “pint” or two. We traveled the countryside playing music together and life was just like a dream.
We made many new friends in England and we were reunited with some old ones. Thank you all for being so supportive! It was incredible to feel so much love so far from home. Thanks to The Hold Steady too for taking us with them on the road for a couple shows. In Manchester we were able to watch from side stage as they awed a sold out crowd at Academy 3. They were amazing and they put EVERYTHING into their music. They’re the real deal. We also opened for a new Canadian band called Alvvays, and if you don’t know who they are yet, you should definitely get familiar!
The NME stage at Corn Exchange for the Great Escape Festival was the high point of the journey. We pulled up to the venue and the streets were flooded with people. There was so much electricity and excitement in the room — I know all the guys in the band will remember that show for a very long time.
The coffee (its just better)
Beans for breakfast
The view of Tower Bridge
P.S. thanks to our uk tour manager rob roberts. he was guide and we couldn have done it without him
P.P.S. – for those who didn’t catch us this time through, don’t worry. we promise we’ll be back!