He asked us what happened to the team he saw a couple of nights ago at Pulaski.

We were paying attention to the weather all day, hoping it didn't rain.

Our gradual and steady growth toward that has made it much sweeter. … It's a lot of work to stay afloat, and a lot of foresight and planning.

So it's a celebration of our new release, and the fact that we're old. But desert plants are old and beautiful.

It's always been a real comfortable place to play, living room-like in the best of ways.

We just fell into it and started doing shows.

That really pumped us up. When our offense clicks, our defense picks up and the rest of our game picks up.

More of us live there [Denton] than don't. … I like Austin, but I hate it when people call us an Austin band.