Monday, September 19, 2011



After 4 agile years as a band, P.S. Eliot is calling it a day. I
sincerely feel that we’ve creatively accomplished everything we set
out to from the get-go and dragging it out would be brazen and
pointless. I considered P.S. Eliot “the band I always wanted to start”
but as I’ve grown and Allison has grown I’ve come to realize that
“band” has grown too. P.S. Eliot’s time as a fulfilling outlet for us
has passed so we’re ending it gracefully and moving on.

We’ll be playing the Fest in Gainesville as well as 2 shows in December in
Brooklyn. I’ll be focusing most of my time and energy on my solo project, Waxahatchee, which has a record coming out in February on Salinas Records and will be touring the US and Europe.
Allison is in the process of starting a new band as well. Endless thanks to all
those who have encouraged us. The past 4 years have been monumental for Allison and I and it's all because of this band and your support.

Our last 4 shows:

Saturday, September 24th @ Death By Audio, Brooklyn
w/ Witches, RVIVR and Nude Beach

Friday, October 28th @ The Fest 10 (the Atlantic), Gainesville
w/ Senders, O Pioneers!!, Little League and many more

Sunday, December 4th @ the Bell House, Brooklyn
w/Latterman and Nude Beach

Saturday, December 9th @ Death By Audio, Brooklyn
w/ The Two Funerals, Cat Vet and 1 more TBA


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