The band performed at the Ed Sullivan Theater on 9/13 for an event in support of the upcoming movie: We Made This Movie. Food Will Win the War appears on the movie soundtrack for the film by Rob Burnett. Thanks so much to Paul Shaffer for sitting in with the band on Clock All Day, and thanks to Rob Burnett, Michael Ian Black, Red Bull Soundstage and everyone who made it a successful night of music and film! There will be a FREE online show of the film’s NYC premiere on 9/20. Click HERE to register: http://www.wemadethismovie.com
Thanks to everyone who came out to the Grand Victory in Williamsburg on 9/6 to see Rebecca Hart, especially The Telephones and Tobi D’Amore for a great night of music. Always a good time at Grand Vic.
To celebrate David (AKA: The Tone) Lott’s journey to the western
wilderness of Colorado, The Whitewalls embarked on a final crusade on August 23 at NYC’s @ Bowery Electric… some may say a Lott’s Waltz, with a number of special guests (including: Rebecca Hart, Rob Ward, Dan Barman, Eric Silverman, Josh Kessler, Thomas Bryan Eaton, Chad Dinzes, Riley McMahaon and Adam Roberts. Thanks so much to everyone who came out to support the band. Check out the article on Hidden Track: http://www.glidemagazine.com/hiddentrack/hitting-the-trunk-road-the-lotts-waltz/
The independent rock outfit Food Will Win the War will be headlining The Deli Magazine’s Best Emerging Artists Festival on 5/24. Click here for info.
Thanks to all who came out to support Food Will Win the War at The Knitting Factory on Jan 11 as we opened for The Lemonheads. The show sold out and was a huge success! For those of you who were unable to attend here is a live recording of the show compliments on NYC Taper: http://www.nyctaper.com/?p=8801. Here is also a review and some great pics from Gigape. And thanks to Livestream for capturing the show and broadcasting to viewers at home. Click here to stream the performance.
On Wednesday January 11th, the band will open for The Lemonheads at Brooklyn’s Knitting Factory. The Lemonheads will be performing It’s a Shame About Ray. The Shining Twins will also be performing. For advance tix: http://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/event/72525
After a wildly successful release show at NYC’s Bowery Electric, FWWtW is hitting the road in support of the new album A False Sense of Warmth.
Download the new album on iTunes now!