Tetris = Therapy’s big, fat, greek New Year’s post!

Congratulations,

If you are reading this it means you have reached the year 2011 without succumbing to the overpowering urge to throw yourself under a bus. Unfortunately you have also reached the month of January, which is coincidentally the worst month you are likely to encounter all year. There’s no money left, no time to get things done, not a shred of warmth to be found anywhere in this cold, grey, urban jungle you call a home… You are beginning to realize, as you glance at your reflection in the muddy ice beneath your feet, that you can no longer tell yourself apart from the homeless ghosts roaming the desolate streets on the brink of starvation. You can no longer feel your hands, you just realized that you might never be able to truly love anyone, and your parents have just told you that you were adopted and they that were always dissapointed in you. This was your New Year’s Eve:

Aw shucks

But enough of all that depressing jibber-jabber, cuz 2011 is all about opportunities and new horizons! And stuff! I guess what I’m trying to say is this:

Tetris = Therapy wants to wish you all a happy new year!

Here’s the thing y’all, 2010 has been a great year and we are very grateful for all the attention we have received over the last 12 months, despite minimum gigging and a whole lot of shameless self-promotion. Apparently we have done something right and boy, does that feel good. Therefore we would like to take the time to show some T=T love for the things that got us psyched in 2010. You see, we realize how frustrating it can be at this time, as we all drag our frozen bodies slowly towards the edge of the month of January through the hellish pandemonium that is winter traffic and january sales, to look back at the year that has gone past without feeling like you are forgetting something important. Something good.

So what was good in 2010?

Basically this:

You don’t really need anymore end of year lists by now i suppose, so let’s keep it at that.

As for Tetris = Therapy, we are recording a version of the song “Unconventional Copenhagen”, which we have been playing for a while now, for a compilation that may or may not come out soon. Also we are slowly beginning to work on material that will make up an EP that hopefully will be done very soon. But you never know with those things.
To everyone living in Copenhagen we would like to remind you that we are playing a gig at RUST this thursday and we have a feeling it’s going to be a big one. Feel free to stop by, the show starts at 21 hours and costs 40,-, and the delightful norwegian Sandra Kolstad as well as A Friend in London will be playing too!

Once again, thank you for a great 2010 and here’s hoping 2011 will be even better!

– Kasper

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