Recorded in October 2015 in Los Angeles, California, Live and Acoustic at the Palace sees the screamo vets celebrating their 15th anniversary with a special, stripped-back performance. The intimate unplugged show, which featured a four-piece string quartet, harpist, pianist, extra percussion, and a three-piece gospel choir, offers fans a unique take on some the band's best-loved songs, including "Taste of Ink," "The Bird and the Worm," "On My Own," and "Tunnel."
Acoustic 70s takes you back to some of the greatest song writing of all time in the decade that spawned some of the bestselling artists and groups in history featuring massive Number 1’s from Rod Stewart ‘Maggie May’ , Chicago ‘If You Leave Me Now’ and Harry Nilsson ‘ Without You’. Acoustic 70s focuses on the stripped back acoustic guitar and piano led tracks of the decade with iconic tracks from legends Elton John ‘Your Song’, Bob Dylan ‘ Knocking on Heavens Door’, John Lennon ‘Imagine’, Dolly Parton ‘Jolene’ and Simon & Garfunkel ‘Bridge over Troubled Water’ spread over 3CDs. The greatest songs of all time combining the popularity of acoustic led packages with the legendary artists of the 70s.
Perennial North Carolina post-punk favorites Superchunk just released their new LP What A Time To Be Alive in February, 2018 on Merge Records. They are releasing "What a Time to Be Alive" (Acoustic Version), a 7" colored vinyl single with acoustic versions of two tracks from the new LP. The B-side, "Erasure," includes a guest performance by Katie Crutchfield of Waxahatchee.