Merch Booth Debut at Downtown Tacoma's Live Loud Music & Arts Festival

Hey Friends! Hope your summer has been something special so far.

Speaking of special, we’re getting geared up for our pop-up merch booth debut, on Saturday, August 3rd, as part of Tacoma’s Live Loud Music & Arts Festival. The Live Loud Fest was launched last year and will again be hosted by Anthem Coffee Company, with sponsorship this year from the Tacoma Night Market and Rainier Connect. Did we mention that it’s FREE and family friendly?

The Fest runs from 5 :00 to 10:00 pm at the outdoor gathering space located at 1911 Pacific Avenue, nestled right downtown between Union Station and the Washington State Art Museum, and will feature a bunch of great live music, art, vendors, food, drinks, and sunny summer vibes.

Come celebrate living loud in Tacoma with us and this friendly community!

Facebook event page for the Live Loud Fest is here.

The Anthem Coffee Company Live Loud Fest page is here.

Merch we’ll be selling (just in case you can’t make it) is also available here.

Bloods "Feelings" featured in Netflix's "Trinkets"

Hello, Hollywood?

It’s Bloods, with “Feelings.” Prepare to be dazzled.

Seriously though, we’re so excited to see the immensely positive response to Netfilx’s new show “Trinkets,” as it includes “Feelings,” the title track from Bloods’ full-length album released last summer. Appropriately, “Feelings” is featured during a pivotal moment in season 1, episode 6, when, well, feelings are developing. There’s no time for subtlety here, so please keep up.

If you haven’t already, catch “Trinkets” on Netflix and listen to the stone-cold killer playlist of the season 1 soundtrack which is an indie rock fan’s dream come true (via Bustle, or Refinery29, or Seventeen, or Spotify, or…).


Spirit Award's "Mountain" Lyric Video is Here!

We’re excited to share that Spirit Award’s “Mountainlyric video, directed by Tyler Coray, is now available for your visual enjoyment!

Mountain” is the A-Side track from the band’s freshly released 7-inch single Currency, now available wherever you stream, purchase, or otherwise consume your music.

And don’t forget to catch Spirit Award on the road during their upcoming West Coast tour, including Currency release shows in both Seattle and Portland.