As I was editing the Jeans Wilder podcast I was reminded of the fact that we just went through an election season (aka the last couple of years). It seems like it ended an eternity ago and I thought about how lucky we are to no longer get bombarded by news from the campaign trail. I'm glad that the Jeans Wilder prediction, that we would have Romney in the White House in 2012, did not come to pass. I'm also glad for the turning seasons, the abundance of good food here at Wealth Underground Farm, and the opportunity I get to meet and converse with so many interesting people via the Farm to Artist Project.
Jeans Wilder was on a short tour when they took the time to swing by the farm to participate in the project. They brought an incredible energy with them, which translates into a fast paced podcast. I hardly remember what we talked about since the conversation was such a frenzy.
Unfortunately, I didn't get to catch them when they played in Portland but Andrew did grace us with a special, one time only performance of Dog Years. Be on the lookout for that Road Snacks short to be released in the coming weeks.
Thanks to Jeans Wilder for a raucous lunch at Wealth Underground Farm. To here more from them go to their Bandcamp Page.