free cake for every creature have shared the full album stream for their debut album, Talking Quietly Of Anything With You. Stereogum, who premiered the stream today is calling it "introverted twee-pop." The album is available for pre-order now and out April 15th via Double Double Whammy.
free cake for every creature have also announced a string of Spring tour dates that include 2 record release shows, one in Philadelphia and one in Brooklyn. Details below.
4/15 Brooklyn, NY @ The Silent Barn *
4/16 Philadelphia, PA @ Everybody Hits ^
4/22 Middletown, CT @ Wesleyan University
4/23 Poughkeepsie, NY @ Vassar College
4/24 Annandale-On-Hudson, NY @ Bard College
4/28 New York, NY @ Fordham University
5/11 Brooklyn, NY @ The Silent Barn
5/12 Boston, MA @ ONCE Ballroom
5/13 Providence, RI @ Aurora
5/15 Ithaca, NY @ Cayuga Lodge
5/19 New York, NY @ Le Poisson Rouge (PopFest)
5/20 Burlington, VT @ Signal Kitchen
5/24 Easthampton, MA @ Flywheel
4/29 Asheville, NC @ The Odditorium
5/1 Athens, GA @ Wonderoot
5/4 Austin, TX @ Honey House
5/9 Philadelphia, PA @ All Night Diner
* Record Release Show w/ Florist, Stephen Steinbrink, Trace Mountains & Addie Pray
^ Record Release Show w/ Hello Shark, Addie Pray & Microsoft Paint
ABOUT FREE CAKE FOR EVERY CREATURE:
free cake for every creature started as a secret collection of home-recordings by Katie Bennett on a 4-track. Encouragement and nagging from friends persuaded her to share her songs with them. Two years later, after self-booked tours around the country, several solo and full-band self-recorded tapes, and a move from upstate New York to Philadelphia, the band went back upstate to record their first record, Talking Quietly of Anything With You, with Chris Daly (Fraternal Twin, Porches, PWR BTTM, Long Beard) at Salvation Recording Co.
The album is a collection of quiet pop songs that explore topics like moving to a new city, looking for answers in books, making muffins, and bein' in love.
The folks in "free cake" want to say that it's a dream to be able to share this record with you, and that they hope it's encouraging and comforting! Thank you for listening!