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910, 2021

The Long Afternoon on this week’s The Local Groove on WPSU-FM

October 9, 2021|

The Long Afternoon on this week's The Local Groove on WPSU-FM We are delighted to be included among the musicians who will appear on WPSU's Local Groove this Saturday, October 9, at 9:00 p.m. In addition to the Long Afternoon, the program also will feature our associates Ballet Crisis, as well as Allan Scott, Backseat Van Gogh, Idle Kyle, and more. We [...]

2303, 2018

Cuddly Kitten Day in The Year of the Dog

March 23, 2018|

March 23 is "Cuddly Kitten Day," so we're going to celebrate cats on this special 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."

1403, 2018

Indie Rock’s The Long Afternoon Joins CPSC in Recognizing National Poison Prevention Week

March 14, 2018|

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.

603, 2018

Share Your Title Suggestions for the Fifth Album by The Long Afternoon

March 6, 2018|

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...

1302, 2018

Mexican Radio Live at the State Theatre

February 13, 2018|

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!

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