Beginning next Monday, May 26th, anti-folk duo The Terrordactyls will be posting a new demo on their MySpace page weekly. Some of the demos will be appearing on the band’s forthcoming LP scheduled for the coming winter, while other demos will be older tracks that never made the cut for previous releases.
Each demo will be accompanied by a poster, hand drawn by Michael Cadiz and Tyrel Stendahl themselves. A buy one, get one free option is available for the demos and posters: each demo track will be available for free with the purchase of a poster or you can get the poster for free with the purchase of the track. Gotta love two for one!
The Terrordactyls recently scored a coveted kazoo sponsorship from Kazoobie. The company provided the duo with a supply of kazoos for its currently-in-the-works fall tour. Soon to be available – Terrordactyls branded kazoos – perfect for audience members that wish to kazoo along.
On their current self-titled album, The Terrordactyls’ quirky, lighthearted yet decidedly melancholic pop/anti-folk tunes are augmented by toy pianos, kazoos, and the voice of Kimya Dawson (The Moldy Peaches, Juno) on the song “Devices” — the stop-motion video for which has been viewed almost 200,000 times on YouTube and was recently AOL/Spinner’s “Video of The Day.”
Be on the lookout for the demos and we’ll be sure to keep you updated on The Terrordactyls’ tour dates and album news!