After over a decade of waiting, I finally got to see Kind of Like Spitting. And for the fourth or fifth time in a little more than a year I caught Braid frontman Bob Nanna--this time with The City on Film. Thanks to Webster Hall for another amazing show. Check out the photos below. Subscribe to youtube.com/ZeroPlatoonVideo to catch our interview and acoustic video with Bob Nanna as soon as it goes up.
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We got to help one of our favorite bands, The Get Up Kids, celebrate their 20th anniversary when their tour stopped at the Paramount in Huntington, NY on Saturday, March 28. Check out the photos from the show.
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Super psyched to be hitting up Firefly Festival in Dover, Delaware this weekend. Huge thanks to the amazing folks at the festival who have invited us there as their guests in support of what we're doing. We'll be passing out stickers and spreading the word about Zero Platoon and watching all the great bands bellow. If you don't want to miss the fun, GA and VIP day passes are still available. Check out the lineup below.
Quiet Company lead singer and guitarist Taylor Muse talks about how and why he started playing music and gives a preview of what to expect from their new album. He also performs an acoustic version of "Road to Perdition off of that record and a cover of Mazzy Star's "Look on Down From That Bridge." And as a special bonus, watch the full band cover Weezer's "El Scorcho." Click below to watch all four videos.