Bootstraps to Re-Release Self-Titled Album on February 18
Wed, 29 Jan 2014 13:26:14
Pull yourself up by your Bootstraps.
Harvest Records announced the re-release of Bootstraps' self-titled debut album on February 18.
Also, the band will start a three night residency at Los Angeles' legendary Hotel Café tonight, January 29.
Recently signed to Harvest, Bootstraps have remixed and remastered their eponymous album for re-release, showcasing a new chapter for the buzz band.
The self-titled album was recorded by Skip Saylor (Tom Petty, Wilco) in Northridge, California after actor/director Sam Jaeger asked Beckett to write songs for his award-winning film Take Me Home. The band spent one day in the studio recording songs live, in an attempt to capture raw moments. The result led them to return for four more sessions, tracking three songs a day to complete the record.
Formed in Los Angeles by Jordan Beckett (vocals, guitar, piano), Bootstraps also includes Nathan Warkentin (drums and vocals) and David Quon (guitars, piano, and vocals).
01 Road Noise
02 Sleeping Giant
03 OH CA
04 Nothing On You Kid
07 Highway Miles
08 Wild Moan
January 29th – Hotel Café – Los Angeles, CA
February 5th – Hotel Café – Los Angeles, CA
February 12th – Hotel Café – Los Angeles, CA
Will you pull yourself up by the Bootstraps?