Controversial radio show host Alex Jones claims indie rock band The Long Afternoon doesn’t exist and that its musical career, spanning 30+ years and four albums, never happened.
Indie rock organization The Long Afternoon to give rare public performance at Webster’s Bookstore and Cafe in State College, Pa., on June 29 at 7:00 p.m.
Please join State College's long-running indie rockers The Long Afternoon on February 16, 2019, as we share the stage with some tremendously talented groups for the "Rock the 80's" benefit concert at the State Theatre in State College, Pa. The Long Afternoon emphasizes original material, but it's an honor to revisit great 1980s music for
March 23 is "Cuddly Kitten Day," so we're going to celebrate cats on this special day...in the Chinese Year of the Dog. Naturally, we can think of no better way to celebrate than by sharing our only recorded cover, the barely-recognizable reinvention of Al Stewart's 1976 hit "The Year of the Cat."
Cryptic indie rock organization The Long Afternoon is joining the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission in urging consumers to stop encouraging exposure to poisonous products in the home. Emergency departments nationwide grow weary of the incessant repetition of unintentional poison exposures.
"Get Over It Day"—a day dedicated to putting the past in the past, and keeping it there—seems like a pretty good idea for a band that often explore themes of resentment and regret. So on March 9, we recognize "Get Over It Day."
A fifth album can be career-defining. The Long Afternoon's fifth album may not match the mastery of Revolver or the sales of Heartbeat City, but just making a fifth album amounts to some sort of milestone, or anti-milestone. Which raises the question of what to call the record, and we'd like your input...
In response to the most recent mass shooting incident in the U.S., cryptic indie rock organization The Long Afternoon is simultaneously applauding and decrying the federal government's Disaster Distress Helpline service.
J.-P.'s lovely wife, Felicia, captured some video of our performance at the Rock the 80's benefit concert last Friday at the State Theatre in State College, Pa. We can think of no better day than Valentine's Day to share our take on "A Girl Like You" by the Smithereens.
The Long Afternoon rarely plays covers, but we’re glad to do it for a cause like the Bob Perks Foundation. J.-P.’s lovely wife, Felicia, captured some video of our performance at the Rock the 80’s benefit concert last Friday at the State Theatre in State College, Pa. Here’s our take on “Mexican Radio” by Wall of Voodoo. Sound is pretty good for a camera recording—enjoy!