Having wanted to work with him for years, we were really excited to take a song we love and hear it through T Bone’s lens. He encouraged us to follow our instincts and to let the simplicity do the talking. This song started as a late night lullaby and has since evolved into something a bit more majestic and powerful. It was a true privilege getting to work with T Bone and his team on this song and we look forward to future collaborations.
As I’m getting older, I’m just starting to like Bud Lights—you know what I mean? I can drink 10 of the damn things and keep my act together. When I’m going for taste and stuff, I do really love Stella. I think it’s a great beer. I’m liking lagers lately, too. That’s what I’ve been searching for. We just had one the other night called 3Sisters or something like that. It was delicious. One of the better-tasting lagers that I’ve had in awhile. We went and got oysters.
Manchester Orchestra have released a video for the acoustic version of “I Know How to Speak.” The I Know How To Speak (Acoustic Version) digital single features three songs — the acoustic version, the original studio track, and an instrumental version — and is out today via Loma Vista Recordings.
The beer will be brewed by members of the Manchester Orchestra, Sweetwater brewmaster Nick Nock, and Torres early in May on the brewery’s Hatchery pilot system. It will debut at Barleygarden on Thursday May 24th – now dubbed Manchester Orchestra Day. […] Look for ‘The Gold’ to pop up at Sweetwater’s tasting room and at both Atlanta Hop City locations (1000 Marietta St in West Midtown and 99 Krog St in Inman Park’s Krog Street Market) soon afterwards.