Summer can’t last forever. Everybody with any sense of time or seasons understands this. Roanoke-based trio Eternal Summers do not understand time or seasons because, well, I don’t think I need to spell this out for you. It’s not their fault, though. You see, Eternal Summers are part of an ongoing experiment by a kooky yet charismatic scientist. It was his idea to put the three Eternal Summers members into cryogenic sleep for the periods of the year that are not summer. Hence, the trio named their band Eternal Summers, as that is their reality. Furthermore, the band is making the best of their three months of consciousness by releasing a new record, Correct Behavior, through Kanine Records on July 24.
Careful planning on their part, releasing their new record right in the very middle of summer. With such a release date, they can spend the time before the record’s release touring America. In fact, they are doing exactly that, with a short string of East Coast dates in June. Once they’ve done that, they can enjoy the release of their new album. Once they’re doing enjoying their album’s release, they go back in that cold, cold tube. And the process beings anew. Isn’t weird, experimental life a beautiful thing?
Correct Behavior tracklist:
03. You Kill
04. I Love You
05. It’s Easy
06. Girls in the City
07. Heaven and Hell
08. Good As You
Eternal Summers dates:
06.08.12 - Columbus, OH - Cafe Bourbon St.
06.09.12 - Cleveland, OH - Happy Dog
06.10.12 - Detroit, MI - Garden Bowl
06.12.12 - Toledo, OH - Mickey Finn’s Pub
06.13.12 - Toronto, CA - NXNE @ The Drake Hotel
06.14.12 - New York, NY - Knitting Factory
06.15.12 - Philadelphia, PA - Milkboy Philly
06.16.12 - Washington, DC - Comet Ping Pong