Seth Faergolzia and Shaun Jones will be hitting the road this summer with multiple instruments, Seth on acoustic, loops and vocals, Shaun on electric and foot drums.
June 20 Otro Cinco – Syracuse, NY
June 28 Skylark Lounge – Rochester, NY
June 29 Honey Room – Buffalo, NY
July 16 Rubulad – Brooklyn, NY
July 18 Skek – Amsterdam, Netherlands
July 19 Die Goldammer – Diessen am Ammersee, Germany
July 20 La Coquette – Morges, Switzerland
July 21 Cafe Vinyl – Wetzlar, Germany
July 22 Nordstadtbraut – Hanover, Germany
July 23 Waggon – Offenbach, Germany
July 24 Sunshine Bar – Köln, Germany
July 25 Grüner Baum – Ottersweier, Germany
July 26 Hunsrück Open Air Festival – Hunsrück, Germany
July 27 Ayn Raum Haus – Mannheim, Germany
July 28 Villa Nachttanz Festivilla – Heidelberg, Germany
July 29 Loophole – Berlin, Germany
July 30 Hängarpalooza – Hangelar, Germany
July 31 TBA (Netherlands)
Keep an eye on here for updates, we will be filling these final dates in the next couple weeks…
Wrote this tonight, just a short little tune, what I think it must feel like to be a mother… a tribute to all the amazing moms out there!
Shot it in my kitchen… one of my favorite spots to play music at night.
Hope you guys are all doing good! I’ve been doing a massive purge of stuff. Getting rid of tons of possessions, selling it or throwing it out. Feels good to lighten the load. I think I’ll just keep doing it till I lift off the ground!
So much love,
This was a lot of fun… Neeti Fidurko of Tree in the Sky did the filming for Multibird… Enjoy!
we have a super duper awesome 4 piece band traveling up north this February!!! Stoked.
Poster design by Patrick Ishi Ishi
The quartet Multibird consists of Faergolzia (acoustic guitar, vox), Shaun Jones (electric guitar, vox, percussion), Emily DiPaola (vox, trumpet, percussion) Luke Cornwell (bass guitar, vox, percussion). The quartet will headline performances in Albany, Buffalo, Winooski, Burlington, Portland, Montréal, Northampton and Boston.
Individual facebook events can be found here:
this one’s a few years old, but still holds it’s own as a silly xmas rap song….
Well, well, well, here we are again, me talking to you from the lofty position of my attic studio space. It’s snowing outside, and I’ve got a rare moment alone in the house with no children, no partner, no house guests, no friends. I’ve always loved solitude, ever since I was a little kid. If I don’t get it, I get really crabby. Last week, last weekend was a busy one in which I had my first art show in many years (it is hung and looks great over at Photo City Improv), and at that show my band Multibird performed. The next day I flew to Boston for a video shoot with my friend Emilie Stark-Menneg who is an incredible artist I’ve been lucky to know for 10 years or so now. She and her partner John Bisbee, an excellent sculptor put together a crazy plan (involving a bunch of goats and artists) and had me and about 10 other people trek out to a farm in a town I don’t even know the name of… It features my song, Holy Mother, which is from the #100songs project. On the night after this video shoot, I played a small house show in Boston then got on a plane back home the next day.
I was quite inspired by this video shoot, realizing magic can really happen in a short span of time if the energy is right. We shot this video the night after I got back from the trip. None of my bandmates knew the song previous to this night, and we threw it all together with this loose script I wrote, pressed record and watched it unfold. I believe I’m going to make more and more videos in this manner because of the personal aspect it maintains. I love small events, like house shows or hanging out with friends and getting weird. I want to show this beauty to those in the world who do not have this in their day to day lives. I have a love for this video similar to that of loving a gift you’ve made for someone you care about.
I hope you’ll enjoy it too! It’s a Patreon patron exclusive. I want to THANK YOU FROM THE BOTTOM TO THE TOP OF MY HEART!!! Seriously, I know it might be tough for some of you, so thanks a ton. I wouldn’t be able to work as hard as I do creating all these odd pieces of art without you. Here’s the song if you’d like to just listen to it, or click on the link above to watch the video and listen!
Big love to y’all, keep fighting the good fight!
I’d prefer to let this video speak for itself. I will say this, I’m very very proud of the giant crew of people involved in the making of this and inspired to no end by the progress we are making as a team over here.
This video is meant to be empowering to the people in a difficult time, bring inspiration to others to not only continue on, but to thrive in the face of adversity.