You have reached the official web site of Pedals on our Pirate Ships. We appreciate your interest in our music and we hope you will join us at a show! We are looking forward to playing Stay Sweet Fest 3 this April in our lovely hometown of Richmond, VA. The festival will take place at the Camel, where it was born in 2010. Look it up on facebook and try to get tickets. They tend to disappear very quickly.
Our "website" is really just a bandcamp site that we try (meaning just Louis tries) to legitimize and make official in any way possible. Right now the "shows" link doesn't work. We (I) appreciate your tolerance of this issue, and we are (I am) going to eventually straighten it out. In the meantime, please navigate to our facebook page. We try to post our shows there whenever we can. Thanks again! You guys are the frickin' best.
Directly above this text is our newest album, "A Place to Stay". We have made it available for you to stream, but because our record label so graciously invested money in our record, they retain rights to selling it for the time being. Visit our store above to purchase it, or find it on iTunes. Whichever method you choose will be a great way to say thanks to Adam for his help.
Of course, it comes with critical acclaim:
"...sounds promising. Male/female vocals, swirling keys and understated guitar hooks call bands like the Anniversary and the Rentals to mind."
Isn't that rad? Check it out, buy a copy, and let us know what you think!
released 17 July 2012
Written and performed by Pedals on our Pirate Ships.
Recorded, mixed, and mastered by Lance Koehler at Minimum Wage in Richmond VA.
Released on Say-10 Records, 17 July 2012.
Photos by Jake Cunningham.
Album art and layout design by Mark Roberson.