It is with great pleasure to announce our 2nd single for Hallelujah Hysteria, “Unknown Sin (Stormy Daniels),” has officially been released to the public. On top of that originally I was going to drop our other single, “Heartless,” next month. But considering how potent the lyrics are in regards to the Kavanaugh hearings, I decided there’s no better time than now to release these two singles as a package deal.
Unknown Sin is about Gossip
Heartless is about how much I hate hypocritical politicians.
I think our recent news these past couple of weeks are apropos in regards to these two songs.
You can stream and download Unkown Sin off our bandcamp here:
Our next single, “Fear of My Reflection,” will be dropping in November. Please, if you can, purchase Unknown Sin (as well as our previous single, I Could Careless) off of our bandcamp – OR, you can go to the iTunes link here:
The Heartless single is live on Soundcloud:
In other news, if you follow me on Social Media you’re probably aware that I’m playing bass for a local alternative folk group called “Minister Melancholy.”
I met the leader – Ethan Brashears (yes, his name is Ethan too) – at my current job and we just got to creatively snapping. He needed a bass player, I like to play music live as much as possible – I dig how chill the music is, so it was a match-made-in-rock-heaven.
If your a fan of groups like R.E.M. The Eels, Tom Petty, and Wilco, this is the group for you to check out!
You can follow Minister Melancholy here: https://www.facebook.com/MinisterMellon/
This is my favorite song of ours so far, “Mmm Mmm.”
We have our first show booked at The Acadia in Minneapolis, MN – with Inland Costal and Druzzy Rose to kick-off the night at 8:00pm. We go on at 11:30pm. Doors are free but there is a suggested donation of $5.00 at the door.
Please, if y’all are in the area and would like to meet up; this would be the perfect place and time to do so.
Hope y’all are having an awesome day out there whenever you might be reading this. I hope you are. Things are really looking up for my musical endeavors. I’m playing bass in a group with a really good friend and The Owl-Eyes just dropped another single with another one around the bend – what’s not to love?
With many regards,
Ethan P. Teel