We're gearing up for the release of the brand new Embarrassing Fruits LP, and we can't wait for you to hear it! Frontier Justice will be out on September 21 in our signature LP+CD+MP3 package, but before you hold the record in your hands, we wanted to give you a glimpse on the recording process for the album. Recorded over four days in late June at Duck Kee Studios in Mebane, NC, Frontier Justice was a two-speed affair. After ripping through tracking for 12 songs in one day, the Fruits spent 3 days meticulously adding vocals, extra guitars, toy pianos and sitars. "Sweetener" as guitarist Joe Norkus would say. Check out this short behind-the-scenes documentary of the Frontier Justice experience.
We are also happy to announce the album release party for this magical LP, with a bill featuring an amazing triumvirate of Triangle music: Chapel Hill's Embarrassing Fruits, Raleigh's Lonnie Walker and Durham's Midtown Dickens. The party will be on Friday, September 17 at the centrally located Duke Coffeehouse and admission will be absolutely free. This will be the first chance for you to get your hands on a copy of the album, four days before the official release date. Also, folks will be able to take advantage of the Coffeehouse's wonderful BYOB policy. How's that for Frontier Justice? Mark your calendars!
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