We’re pleased as punch that the 1940 census is being released to the public today after the requisite 72 years of waiting. We figured it was the perfect time to release a song we’ve had around for a few years called “Census,” so we made a little video at the Vigo County Public Library.
Happy 1940 Census Day!!!
We’ve Got a History
Live acoustic performance at Cedar Creek Recording Studio. Meet and Shoot SXSW 2012 with Austin Fusion Magazine. Video by Linda Hughes of Fuzebox Photography
Velveeta Room, 3/15
“An artistic endeavor devoid of ego”
“an artistic endeavor devoid of ego, a creative gathering that functions to accomplish one thing: an amalgamation of their best ideas and talents that results in the unique sound that is Yearbook Committee.”
– Austin Fusion Magazine, “SXSW 2012: Meet, Shoot and Live Acoustic performances at Cedar Creek Studio“
“Orchestral Folk Out”
“Indiana’s Yearbook Committee falls under the orchestral folk out umbrella, but has a slightly darker sound than expected, though their range is wide with rotating songwriters in the band.”
CD Release Show
CD Release Show: AWESOME. Thank you all.
Brad, Christina, David, Jon, Rachel & Travis.
“‘Like Seasons Overlapping’ gives off a wonderful Glen Hansard/Swell Season/Damien Rice vibe and the lyrics contain simple gems like ‘You and I are like seasons overlapping.’ The crescendo up to a trumpet release reminds me a bit of Sufjan Stevens.”
– Shawn Katuwapitiya, “SXSW Preview: Yearbook Committee,” Katuwapitiya music blog