We’re out of Washington DC after a two night stand. DC was good to us, and we were good to DC:
If you didn’t know, Ryan’s been giving away a pair of tickets (maybe two pairs of tickets?) every day via creative Twitter video. I hope whoever got the pair from under the bench near the building-that-I-recognize-from-the-five-dollar-bill chewed the gum for a minute or two (while it still had some flavor) before they threw it away.
So we’re three shows deep into the tour now, and probably hitting our stride just in time for D.F. Yonkman to film Halloween at the Orpheum in Boston for a possible live DVD. Two Points For Honesty and Rainy Day, once bastard children of Lost & Gone Forever and banished from the live set, are now major players in the set. We’re inside them. They’re powerful.
Here’s a clip from last night in Washington. We’ll miss you, cute children’s choir from a suburb of D.C. whose name escapes me: