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Strength In Weakness Is Available For Pre-Order RIGHT EFFIN NOW!!!!

You can (and should) grab your copy of Strength In Weakness right now over on our webstore! All proceeds will be going to United Cerebral Palsy. This is a one time pressing so do not slack! Grab your copy here:

http://lameorecords.limitedrun.com/products/539610

The split is also available digitally on our bandcamp! You'll be getting all of the songs we premiere one day after we premiere them if you order from the Bcamp page. Get to that jawn here:

https://lame-orecords.bandcamp.com/alb…/strength-in-weakness

Also exciting news! We've premiered the new song from Modern Baseball over on Billboard. Click the link below to hear "Alpha Kappa Fall Of Troy The Movie Part Deux!" 

Exclusive: Modern Baseball Premieres New Jam 'Alpha Kappa Fall of Troy Part Deux'

We've also released an awesome in-studio video of the recording process. Check that out on our youtube page.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?&

Posted on January 7th, 2015
Strength In Weakness: A Six Band Split Coming Out February 3rd, 2015!!!


We are unbelievably excited to announce our first project of the new year, a six-way split benefitting United Cerebral Palsy and featuring Modern BaseballSpraynardBeach SlangMariettaThe Weaks and Hurry. 

The split will be available digitally and on vinyl on February 3rd. Digital pre-orders can be found now on Bandcamp. 

https://lame-orecords.bandcamp.com/alb…/strength-in-weakness

And on vinyl on Wednesday, January 7th at 12 PM EST. The record is limited to 500 copies so make sure to get there on time. Follow this link on Wednesday to pick up your copy, or click it now to find details. 

http://lameorecords.limitedrun.com/products/539610

Each song will be premiered throughout the month of January alongside some in-studio footage with our lovely men behind the knobs Jacob Ewald and Ian Farmer. Everyone who pre-orders the full split on Bandcamp and donates to the cause will receive each song the day after they premiere. 

With Strength in Weakness, Lame-O Records hopes to give back to the community we love so much. The proceeds will be donated to both the local Philadelphia chapter of United Cerebral Palsy and the national branch. With all the good that has come to us over these first two years of existence, and all of the amazing bands and people we have gotten a chance to meet and work with, we are thrilled by the opportunity to contribute to something bigger than ourselves. Learn more about UCP at the link below and thank you to everyone who helped make this happen, and to all of you who donate.

http://ucp.org/

Posted on January 5th, 2015
Full Stream Of Brandy Of The Damned Live On Absolute Punk!!

The time has come! You can hear the full new EP from Steady Hands right now over on Absolute Punk ! If you like folk, or punk, or any combination of the two, you are going to love this EP. Take a listen and pick up your copy either Physically  or Digitally !

http://absolutepunk.net/showthread.php?p=132286537 

Posted on August 18th, 2014
Johnny Foreigner's You Can Do Better To Be Released On Lame-O!


Lame-O is stoked to announce we will be putting out the first US pressing of Johnny Foreigner's You Can Do Better on vinyl! Make sure you pick up a copy over on our webstore . 

You can also now see the new video for "Stop Talking About Ghosts" off of the record over on Brooklyn Vegan ! 

Posted on August 12th, 2014
Steady Hands Stream "We Will Rise" on New Noise Magazine!

http://newnoisemagazine.com/exclusive-stream-steady-hands-we-will-rise/

Stream the new song "We Will Rise" off of Brandy Of The Damned over on New Noise Magazine! The official release date is August 19th, but you can re-order your copy of the EP physically or digitally now! Here's what Sean had to say about writing "We Will Rise."

“We Will Rise” is a song I wrote while on a trip to Ireland in September. The song started with a melody I would hum to myself on my many walks around the city of Dublin, and turned into what I intended as a simple, classic protest song. At the time I was writing a series of songs that were more political than anything I had before. While I wasn’t driving particularly into deep political issues, I wanted to write about the themes that I had dealt with most, specifically treatment and healthcare of the elderly, living and surviving in a working class, and religious pressure and intimidation. The arrangement resulted in a simple acoustic guitar and vocals, to which my pianist Andrew added both organ and acoustic piano. We wanted to make it sound as gospel as possible, which ironically is the first music he and I performed together growing up in catholic school.

Posted on August 7th, 2014