Haunted Hearts Up is Up & So is Down on Fader
Here's something I've learned: Trying to do the promotional run-up for a new record while the principals are either living in Europe or touring Europe with their main project is not as easy as one might expect. It's hard to get pre-release features when your artists are unavailable for joint (or even separate interviews.) But life on the indie fringe is always going to a situation where conditions are less than ideal, because if they are ideal conditions, someone with more money will come along and poach the artist. Any opportunity you get as a lower-level indie label is going to have problems or it won't be your opportunity.