An album insert recounts the tale of a damsel torn between two loves, while song titles including 'King Hipster,' 'Marriage Ain't A Promise,' and 'Isolation Blues' provide both visual and emotional depictions of adversity at it's finest.
Following the release of their EP Just About Broke Joan Smith (vocals, guitar, organ) and Isaac Klein (drums) gained success on college radio, multiple best of 2008 lists, all while building their quickly growing fan-base.
Recorded at Chemical Sound Studio (Tokyo Police Club, Death From Above 1979), Harsh Words stays true to Little Foot Long Foot's sound. Comparisons have been drawn to Neko Case mixed with L7, Patsy Cline meets The Gun Club, The Gossip, and yeah...The Black Keys.
Witness this live for yourself in these cities:
May 8th – Montreal, QC – L'Esco
May 12th – Charlottetown, PEI – Baba's
May 14th – Fredericton, NB – MusicPlex
May 15th – St. Andrews By The Sea, NB – The Red Herring Pub
May 16th – New Glasgow, NS – Fibbers
May 17th – Halifax, NS – Tribeca
May 18th – Halifax, NS – Gus' Pub
May 21st – Moncton, NB – Doc Dylan's
May 22nd – Moncton, NB – The Great Canadian Pub
May 28th – Toronto, ON – The Rivoli *CD RELEASE PARTY*
June 9th – Whitby, ON – Johnny B
June 20th – Ottawa, ON – Irene's
June 23rd – Ottawa, ON – The Rainbow Room
June 28th – Halifax, NS – Reflections
July 4th – Halifax, NS – The Seahorse
July 15th – Thunder Bay, ON – The Apollo
July 24th – Calgary, AB – Broken City
July 25th – Edmonton, AB – Starlite Room
July 31st – Vancouver, BC – The Railway Club