If You Think You Know Enough

Tully Rohrer

February 25th, 2007

This is another oldie, from the same shoot as this one. I plan to get out and shoot tomorrow, so expect new stuff for this week. Woohoo! About time, right?

On March 13th, Modest Mouse will release their new album We Were Dead Before the Ship Even Sank. I can’t tell you how excited I was for this album, and I received an advance copy this week. Thus far, I’m impressed and hopeful for it to continue to grow on me. The first song, March Into The Sea sets the tone with classic Modest Mouse sound. Where would I be without this band???

Bonus!
The first single from We Were Dead…, Dashboard!

this shot tells a sad story. i think we’re on the same wavelength today with our choice archived post…
music: i’ve followed modest mouse since the beginning, and although isaac deserves credit for breaking out of obscurity, he’s beginning to lose my interest. i long for the good old days; the frenzy, the imperfection, accosting lispy vocals, the bipolarity. yaknowwhaddimean?

JeremyFebruary 25th, 2007

This photo communicates so much through body language. The pill bottle also sends quite a message. We all have those days.

Sarah — February 25th, 2007

I can only think of one word to describe this. Provocative.

alex m — February 26th, 2007

I like this very much, it transports so much what you cannot say in words

austriakaFebruary 28th, 2007

This picture reminds me of a song that you dont want to end, and then it does.

Becky — March 26th, 2007

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