Couple of new things happening:
Firstly Nebraska have a show coming up this Friday. Its with Crypt and a new band called Great Ape, which features members of Slackjaw and Love Like Electrocution. Its at the new Jade Monkey so if you haven’t seen it yet, this might be a good opportunity. Here’s the flyer
Secondly we have run out of copies of the S/T 7”. The last 20 copies with alternate covers were sold to Don’t Live Like Me Records in Massachusetts (https://www.facebook.com/dontlivelikeme). T-shirts and Wrong World 2x7”s are still available through the Bigcartel (http://nebraskafromadelaide.bigcartel.com/). This is what the alternate covers look like
Finally, we are happy to announce that a new Nebraska song will soon feature on a 5 way split 10”, which will be released in the next couple weeks and which will feature Human Hands, Manku Kapak Duct Hearts and Asthenia. It’s being released by a number of different labels from all over the world, and will be released in Australia by Red Panda Records (https://www.facebook.com/redpandarecords).
Thanks to everyone who pre-ordered the compilation. Also thanks to those who came out to the gig at Salad Days and picked up a copy there, the night was a great success with good times had by all. Unfortunately both the box set and poster edition of the compilation are now all sold out. Artist, distro and store copies are in the process of being organised, sorry to all the bands who’ve been waiting a while for their copies. If you missed out and would still like a copy you can order the regular edition which comes in a manila envelope here:
At the moment our singer Matt Holding is in America and will be going to basketball games, seeing Knapsack and visiting Yosemite National Park and Library of Congress. Say “Hi” if you see him. As a result Nebraska won’t be playing shows until next year. But In the mean time we’ll keep writing for our LP and will also be preparing a track for a yet to be announced compilation record due out early next year, featuring a whole lot of cool bands from around the world.
Until next time,