B-Sides On-Air met up with Good Old War, where the band performed an acoustic version of "Tell Me What You Want From Me" (below) exclusively for B-Sides. Original drummer Tim Arnold was performing with the band, and B-Sides spoke with them at The Independent in San Francisco to talk about the new album and more.
Philly’s own Good Old War received a warm hometown welcome at today’s Free at Noon, and delivered a dazzling set. Tim Arnold – who left the band last year to raise his family – was back on the drums, once again adding his voice to the band’s signature 3-part harmonies.
Good Old War just returned from a tour in support of their fourth studio album, Broken Into Better Shape, which was released this past June. They played several cuts off that record, as well as old favorites.
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We're embarking on a collaborative, technological and exciting journey — and you're invited.
Whether you’re texting, swiping, messaging or emoji-ing, the ways we do something as old-fashioned as fall in love are endless. And in a world where technological possibilities abound, it’s safe to say we have a powerful, ever-growing relationship with our tech. Now we’re using that to our advantage.
That’s where you, our lovely Mashable audience, come in. We’re asking you to tweet us a technology love story in 140 characters. Interpret that however you'd like, whether you envision two robots falling in love or simply a story about why you heart your tech. It's up to you.
Once we have your tweets, that’s when the real experiment begins. We’re challenging band Good Old War to use your tweets as inspiration for an original song — yes, that’s right. You are the creative catalyst.
Bottom line: This is something you won't want to miss.
How it will work
Submission must be received by 11:59PM on August 16, 2015 to be considered for the song, and be sure to tag your stories with the hashtag #TechLoveStoryPromo. Over the next several weeks we'll be following Good Old War as your tweets inspire their creative process. We'll be there with them as they hear your stories, write an original song and perform it. Watch the video above to hear it from Good Old War themselves.
So get working — your tweets might just end up in their song.
Click here for the official rules.
Breezy indie rockers Good Old War knew want they wanted in their new music video: destruction.
But not just any destruction. Members Keith Goodwin and Dan Schwartz know there's not much slaughter and carnage in their harmony-laden tunes, so they decided to take their rage out on a very specific target: clowns. And mimes that sort of look like clowns, too, but mostly clowns.
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