Fans can now listen to the song “Concrete Boots” in conjunction with a Gainesville music magazine, Lead Us Down. Check out the track now on LeadUsDown.com.
The band, consisting of vocalist/guitarist Jake Crown and trombonist/vocalist Buddy Schaub, will play its last show ever at this year’s Fest 11 in Gainesville. Coffee Project’s set is at 3:20 p.m. on Sunday, October 28 at The Atlantic.
As far as Coffee Project coming to an end, that’s a tough one to swallow. Everything that Coffee Project did just sort of “happened” organically. I never thought we would have made two full-lengths and a few EPs. They all just “happened.” I was thinking about this the other day, as far as the fact that I have put my life out there as much as I have. Its bizarre. At times it weirds me out, but I’m glad we did everything we did. Our show at this years FEST in Gainesville is going to be the last Coffee Project show. I think its good to have some closure on things. On the same token, if down the road we have an opportunity to play again, I’d love to.”
October 23, 2012
Paper + Plastick Records
1. Clear Eyes, Full Hearts, Can’t Lose
2. Day, Night and Everything In Between
3. Shenendoah Valley
4. Concrete Boots
5. Exit Stage Left
6. Laid Up
7. Little Boxes
9. Why Are We Going Backwards?
10. Willow Tree
More about Coffee Project:
Coffee Project was formed in 2007 after Jake Crown and Buddy Schaub began writing and recording songs together. In January of 2009 they released an 8-song album, Easy Does It, and followed it up with a 2-song EP, Pickle, in June. The band then released their first full-length record Moving On in 2010. Going back to smaller releases, a 5-song EP called Concrete Boots came out in September of 2011. As with all their previous albums, Paper + Plastick Records will be releasing Coffee Project’s final record Leftovers. The 11-track album is a compilation of the Concrete Boots EP and six brand-new songs. The band will play its final show in Gainesville, Fla., at The Fest 11.