Latest OLP News
Tonight's show in Prince George has been rescheduled to tomorrow, March 29. Tickets will be honored tomorrow, and refunds offered to anyone who can't make the show. Matthew Good collapsed on stage last night and had to be taken to a local hospital in Edmonton. Matt has been battling pneumonia on tour. All of us here at the CM wish Matt a speedy recovery.
Source: OLP Facebook
More Updates, Setlists, Downloads, and New Concert News!
Our list of live recordings has been updated to fill in the gaps from 2011 to 2017.
The setlist for last night's show in Calgary has also been posted in the tour date section of the site.
Swing by the Audio and Video Downloads forum to grab a copy of the Calgary soundcheck, courtesy of our friends at NearFantastica.com.
A new concert date for this summer was announced last night. OLP will return to Grand Rapids, MI on July 17. Tickets are not yet available.
Sources: Setlist.fm, NearFantastica.com, Gail
Site Updates; Ranked Polls
Setlists and tour dates for 2017 and 2018 have been updated. Live recordings for 2017 have also been updated.
If you haven't done so yet, there's only 2 days left to vote in the Ranked Song and Album polls. Head over to the OLP discussion forum to vote. These threads are sticky and will appear at the top of that forum.
A sneak peek of the vinyl Jacket today revealed the track list for Somethingness:
1. Head Down
2. Nice To Meet You
3. Ballad Of A Poet
4. Hiding Place For Hearts
5. Drop Me In The Water
6. Missing Pieces
7. Falling Into Place
8. Let Me Live Again
9. Last Train
Somethingess will be released on February 23, and Pledge Music supporters should see it available in advance.
Source: OLP Facebook
Official Release Date For Somethingness
It looks like Volume 2 of Somethingness will be released on February 23, according to a video posted by Raine on PledgeMusic earlier today. 5 songs will be on the EP, rounding out the total track count for Somethingness to 9 total.
1997 CBGB's Performance
So a few days ago I stumbled across a video of OLP playing at CBGB in NYC. A video of Superman's Dead, dated 1995. I contacted the guy who posted the video and asked if he had the full video, and if he did, if he would post it. Fortunately for all of us, he did! After some logical thinking and research, I discovered this was actually from 1997. The first two songs, Naveed, and Big Dumb Rocket, were not filmed it appears. Regardless, it's a cool look at some very old school, Clumsy-era OLP. Here is the link, and please take a moment to subscribe to Byron's channel, which is just getting started: