Derek Archambault is in the thick of a necessary crowd-funding campaign for a hip replacement that he so desperately needs. After years on the road with Defeater and Alcoa, Derek had to take a break due to his limited mobility and pain issues and cancel a number of tour dates and opportunities. He is in need of a complete hip replacement this coming September to get him back on the road. Last month, he launched a PledgeMusic campaign and is currently in the home stretch, but is only at 87% of his $50,000.00 surgery cost.

The PledgeMusic campaign provides great reward with donation; Derek has recorded a new EP (appropriately titled Thank You) that is available for only $5 as a digital download and $25 on CD format. The EP features five tracks, including a new version of Defeater's "I Don't Mind", and acoustic covers of "Shambles" by Make Do and Mend, Blacklisted's "Stations", "Young Kerouacs" by I Am the Avalanche, and Elder Brother's "Who's Gonna Carry You Home?".

Today, we've premiered a teaser video for the EP that includes never-before-seen footage of Archambault (as well as Defeater) in the studio and on the road, set to a backdrop of clips from the Thank You EP. Watch the video courtesy of AltPress.com or below, and please check out and donate to the PledgeMusic campaign here. Thank you for your support.

Published on August 12, 2014 0 Comments - 768 Views

Bookmark and Share

Post A Comment

Connect with Facebook
Sign in with Twitter
OR
Username: (register @ theb9.com)
Password:

Comment:


SEARCH NEWS


UPCOMING RELEASES

NEWSLETTER