Feathergun is returning to Lubbock for our first show in a long time in our homeland. It's always exciting to come back to Lubbock and play for the people that we spent all those long nights with at bars that probably aren't open anymore. To see some of the musicians that attend and talk about their own growth in bands, or talk about the bands that aren't around anymore. Then there are the fans, the great ones like Linda or Michael, friends coming in from out of town like Heath and Adrianne. It's these homecoming moments that revitalize us before we take our chances out on the road, where not a soul's heard about Feathergun (well, maybe a couple).
Residue has been a class act all along. They've taught us a lot about the business and how to do things right. The guys are emerging and at that delicate point between being a regional rock group and something much bigger than that. I think a lot of that has to do with the work the guys in Residue do. It's always professional and they put forth the image that they belong with the big dogs in the country, and in our opinion, they do.
With the lead time for the show, we're expecting this to probably be our biggest show of the year (barring anything with Din Productions), probably bigger than our own release that is still pending to be scheduled.
If you want to hear Residue, check out the page or listen to them on the various streaming services. We're there with Jerm, Mr. Toad's Wild Ride, Unocorn, and Fluid Frequency. This will be a show no one wants to miss, I promise.