“No Crying In Baseball” by Mothers

Mothers are a Georgia-based quartet will release their debut album When You Walk A Long Distance You Are Tired on February 26th. The band are comprised of Kristine Leschper (vocals/guitar), Matthew Anderegg (drums), Drew Kirby (guitar), and Patrick Morales (bass). The band has the released the video for “No Crying In Baseball” ahead of the album release.

Mothers on the video: “Inspired by a series of conversations Patrick Morales [Mothers’ bassist] had with the Church of Universal Renewal, the video for ‘No Crying In Baseball’ is a reflection on our relationship with media, technology and feeling. The video follows a girl in a not too distant future surrounded by language and text instructing her on how to feel. She’s wandering, adrift in a sea of lost souls that in an honest attempt to tweeze meaningful connection have surrendered themselves to an external locus of feeling. The video is frenzied and meant to portray the often times fracturing role of media and technology in our lives reminiscent of what Marshal Macluhan had meant when he said ‘We shape our tools and thereafter our tools shape us.”

The Athens, Georgia-based quartet will release their debut album ‘When You Walk A Long Distance You Are Tired’ on February 26th, 2016 via Wichita Recordings. The band are comprised of Kristine Leschper (vocals/guitar), Matthew Anderegg (drums), Drew Kirby (guitar), and Patrick Morales (bass).

Produced by Drew Vandenberg – who has worked on albums by Of Montreal, Deerhunter and Porcelain Raft – at Chase Park Transduction in Athens, Georgia in December 2014, ‘When You Walk A Long Distance You Are Tired’ features collaborations with Josh McKay of Deerhunter on vibraphone as well as McKendrick Bearden of Grand Vapids, who played bass and provided string arrangements throughout.

When You Walk A Long Distance You Are Tired Tracklist:

1). “Too Small For Eyes”
2). “It Hurts Until it Doesn’t”
3). “Copper Mines”
4). “Nesting Behavior”
5). “Lockjaw”
6). “Blood-Letting”
7). “Burden of Proof”
8). “Hold Your Own Hand”