In conjunction with the band's Second Spring EP-release show, which took place this past Saturday at the hi-dive, the Centennial posted the platter for free download. We spoke with Patrick Meese last week about the new project -- which also includes his wife, Tiffany, and brother Nathan -- and the evolution from Meese's major-label days to the formation and development of the Centennial's low-key melodies.
The trio's next show is December 18 at the Fox Theatre, with Nathaniel Rateliff and Ian Cooke, performing as part of KBCO's Holiday Show fundraiser for the Emergency Family Assistance Association. Second Spring will be available for purchase on iTunes starting December 14, so why not grab it for free now and save your money to help out a good cause?
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Bree Davies is a multimedia journalist, artist advocate and community organizer born and raised in Denver. Rooted in the world of Do-It-Yourself arts and music, Davies co-founded Titwrench experimental music festival, is host of the local music and comedy show Sounds on 29th on CPT12 Colorado Public Television and is creator and host of the civic and social issue-focused podcast, Hello? Denver? Are You Still There? Her work is centered on a passionate advocacy for all ages, accessible, inclusive, non-commercial and autonomous DIY art spaces and music venues in Denver.