Utah

As we got into Utah, we were notified by the promoter that the show was going to be canceled since Pianos was still broken down in California. We were really bummed that Pianos weren't having any luck with their situation and that there was a possibility that more shows would be canceled. Since we were under the impression that we had a day off now, we decided to make the best of it and explore the Bonneville Slat Flats while we were in the area. It's the first time we were all able to see it as a group, Mike and Dan came out here a few years ago to photograph the album artwork for " You Are All You Have Left to Fear." After wandering around for a bit, we got a call from our friends in Nora Dates, a band we've played with before in SLC, and they told us they had a practice space where the venue could be moved to. Loma was on board and Cult Leader was just getting back into town from GodCity Studios and hopped on the show as well. The show ended up being really cool even though everything was a last minute scramble. We're so grateful to have such resourceful friends and dedicated bands to help out in such situations.

Most importantly, we got to stop at out favorite breakfast spot Sill's Cafe on the way out, we all ate gigantic scones smothered and covered with honey butter, as usual.

The cover for "You Are All You Have Left to Fear" was photographed by Mike Maroney on the Salt Flats

The cover for "You Are All You Have Left to Fear" was photographed by Mike Maroney on the Salt Flats