Our 10th release is here! The Things of Youth – Volume One. Jon Fee’s new solo project with contributions from Cory Gray, Adam Cimino, Jake Krohn, and Daniel McKenzie.
Available on vinyl LP (limited 200 pressing) and on all major digital platforms, iTunes, Spotify, Amazon mp3, Rdio, etc.
The vinyl comes with a limited print children’s book for the song “Eleventeen” illustrated by the amazing Lindsay Watson and is co-published with our friends at Silver Sprocket Bicycle Club.
Here’s what some folks are saying about the album:
“As a member of beloved Bay Area indie rockers The Rum Diary and post-rockers Shuteye Unison, as well as founder of record label Parks and Records, Jon Fee has been no stranger to the local music community. But even if you’ve followed his career since the beginning, you’ve never heard anything like his newest offering: For the first time, Fee is releasing a solo record under the name The Things of Youth.” – THE BAY BRIDGED
“The Things of Youth brings a lyrical introspection to its hypnotically driving lo-fi indie pop; think Jeff Tweedy and Elliott Smith fronting the American Analog Set.” – North Bay Bohemian
“When I first started listening to “indie” music, so to speak, it was the likes of The American Analog Set and Pinback. Laid-back, understated pop with a certain twang that uniquely defined to whom the music belonged. I’ve been missing that lately, but luckily for me The Things of Youth have come along to fill that void and make me nostalgic for the days that used to be.” – KNOX ROAD