Acoustic explosion actually happened last night at BYU. I know because my friend Elise played in it. But after she played in it, she came to THIS. This happened. The archaeopteryx skeleton pictured on the poster did indeed show up. And so did a lot of our dearest friends. More than we even expected, actually. Duncan's mom even came. Guru's said it was one of their more packed shows. Thank you to everybody! If you missed it, you can look at how much fun everyone was having by checking out these photos, courtesy of the beautiful and talented Laura Fox. Hit up her blog.
Also, I'm never getting anything at Guru's besides the Bleu Cheese Quesadilla ever again. It's AWESOME.
So last night was a new page in Casanova Frankenstein's still-relatively-brief book of life, for a number of reasons:
1) Trevor Goss played with us. I know some of you are still reeling from the addition of Layton Shumway before the show at Kristi and Marcilyn's house. Well, Layton's still here, and so is Trevor, auxiliary percussionist extraordinaire. Seriously, you should see what this guy can do with a tambourine, triangle, and congas.
2) New songs! We debuted three new ones, called Eve, Twin, and Virginia, Virginia. Don't believe me? Well, Chase Troutner snagged a video of one with his brand new iPhone 4. (He also said he hasn't had the reception problems everyone's whining about. If that's any comfort to you.)