Then what do these say?
Life really is short. Have fun.
Our latest blog posts:
Long hours do strange things to people. Sometimes they put on wigs.
Inspiration comes from many places. It can also lead you many places… with that in mind, here is what we have been up to in our latest sessions.
Deanna by request. Family is not an important thing. It’s everything. -Michael J. Fox A special request for my sisters Alycia and Carolyn: Bedroom Hymns and The Drumming Song.
“When you fight for what you deserve it will inspire many” –My crazy friend Eric. To read more about The Hope, please click here.
Sometimes things get heavy, and that’s alright. Be the light.
Also, there is a little sneak peek video that we posted a few days ago for “Not Tonight“.
Life is all about the little pleasures, and The Wood Brothers. To read more about how the album is coming along, please click here.
Also, in case you missed it, there are a couple new videos up in the “musings” section of our website. Deanna by request and The Basement Choir.
Until next time. Xo.
This Thursday April 3rd we are very excited to be playing with The DoneFors. We are all really big fans of this band, and we encourage you to check them out if you get a chance! The incredibly talented Marie Avery is also playing, and she always brings it live! Also, we will be joined on stage by The Basement choir. They had their debut a couple of weeks ago, and they were lovely!
Also, we sent out our April newsletter with an album sneak peek… if you want to hear it, click here!
“Today’s post is written by Deanna Wells, of the Canadian band Ophelia Syndrome. She writes about her experience with Stage-it from the perspective of a not-so-internet-savvy computer user. We think this could be a great post for anyone who is sill considering giving Stage-it a try…especially for a last minute Christmas concert. Yea?”
To read the full article, click here.
First of all, thank-you to: Ronald Wolfers, Florisz, Henriette59, Frans Brouwer, Gerbrand, Eduardlax, John Werkman, Merlijn3, Ente, Stroopwafel, Liquidditty, Jelmer Van Ast, Brian, Gert, Grim, Haiko, Helen Papachristos, Namor, Jackuss, bolz, Albert, Kim, Amaryl, Eremit, Annas Blume, Zulsulde, Walter Horstman, Atsuo, Dirk de Jong, Ria, Bunnie, Jobo, Talentscout, Carmenpunkt, IJI, Stefan Steiner, Harro, Skons, Kevin, Angie, David Baker, Holeanta, Didl, JMG, Ajay, Wolfman, hauhaien, Snarf, Mumsey, tesadelou, Fabian, Frederik & Gerda, Nette000, Ramona, MDWH, Sommersby, Martin Nicholas, Ben, Johan, Onno, Musicfan, MR-10, CiGband, Maarten, Ed, Willeke, Breno, Judith, J/f, Christer, Hyperboy, CyLu, Laura, George, and Kori Pop.
We owe a huge thank-you to everyone who helped us reach our target on Sellaband. You have all helped us realize goals that we never thought possible, and words cannot express our deepest feelings of gratitude towards you all! We feel lucky everyday to have crossed paths with each and every one of you. We are so excited to get to work on the new album and to make you all proud.
Josh said it best, we thought the best way for us to thank-you would be with a song. Funny story, we couldn’t fit everyone in the shot, and so we got creative…
We are in pre-production now, and we be sharing photos and video along the way with you all. We know that we couldn’t have done any of this without you.
Josh, Trina, Andrew, and Deanna.
I (Deanna) was thrilled to have been asked by Mario of 50K to write a DIY Article about our very first online gig. Thank-you for the lovely introduction written by Mario Putzer:
“In the middle of September Ophelia Syndrome thrilled their fans with an online gig via Stageit. Deanna, singer of the band, shares the experience of this gig with all musicians who’ve already thought about performing online straight to their fans.”
To read the full article, please click here.
We are so excited to be streaming our very first online show at one of our favourite venues in Hamilton at Artword Artbar. For those of you who can attend, tickets will be available at the door. For those in attendance, there will be two sets, one “acoustic” set to be streamed online, and then a “plugged” set following the online concert.
If you are unable to attend the show in person, you can click on http://www.stageit.com/opheliasyndrome and purchase a ticket for as little as 10 cents (it’s a pay what you can event).We wanted to perform a show for all of our Sellaband supporters to preview some of the new songs, as well as give a little behind the scenes look at the inspiration behind the songs.
*Please note that the online stream is at 2:30 pm EST which is 8:30 pm in Western Europe :)
For more details, and our September Newsletter, please click here.