Well it’s April 30th and you know what that means………….”Papoose” is out worldwide via Itunes, Amazon, Xbox Live, and any other way you can think of buying music digitally. You can also get a physical copy of the vinyl or the cd through Maximumamesrecords.com. Last Saturday we had the release show of a lifetime at our favorite venue the Vaudeville Mews. Here’s a fun video me and Chris Ford made after putting together all of the vinyls. Thanks again Hannah, Pat, Chris, and Ashley for the help.
IPR’s amazing John Pemble made a incredible video about “Papoose” on vinyl. I’m so happy to be the poster boy of vinyl. I love this medium so much and loved being the subject of John’s vision.
The video below is a trailer for the upcoming “Papoose” documentary that will make its premiere at the Varsity in Des Moines IA at the end of May. This is a film by Alex Kelly and if you’ve seen any of his work you know it’s going to be incredible!!
We had our latest video “Teetotaler” debut on the Huffington Post. That was pretty crazy to have that happen.
The first reviews of “Papoose” have started to trickle in and so far it’s been pretty darn positive. Thanks so much to the folks at City View, and Des Moines Isn’t Boring for taking the time to write about the album!
Last but not least Daytrotter has posted the H.D. Harmsen and the Electrophones session. Daytrotter wrote an amazing scholarly article of the song “Strawberries and Milk.” “Strawberries and Milk” is the song that my wife Hannah Harmsen wrote for “Papoose”, and without question it’s the best song lyrically on the album. I’m so happy Hannah’s getting the credit she deserves. Click on the the picture to check out the session.
Well anyways it’s an exciting time. Hope all is well and people are enjoying the album!
H. D. Harmsen