1. Upcoming Shows!
    -July 26th- Good? Bad? Rad! (7:30 pm)
    W/ So Many Wizards, The Buttertones, Adult Books + more!

    -July 26th(11:00 pm)- FMLY Ride Retrospective @ Lot 1/Echo Chamber
    W/ @dolphins n shit and Lilacs

    -August 4th- Los Globos
    w/ Skating Polly, Arjuna Genome and Locas

  2. Sloppy Jane @ Insidelands 2014

    Pic by Mariah Sanchez


  3. bryanheg said: What's your favorite animated trio that is also you guys?

    Josie and the Pussycats was the most spot-on for sure and Powerpuff Girls are my favorite trio for life

    Hex Girls made me laugh the hardest, though.


  4. Anonymous said: COME TO OTTAWA!! PLAY WITH BONNIE DOON!!! i love love love love love you guys and want the girls in my city to hear you!!!! <333

    Canada is a far far away place that we would absolutely love to visit!! I am not familiar with Bonnie Doon though (I live under a rock tho tbh)

    Keep showing us to yr friends over there and maybe we’ll be able to go one day! <3 thanks so much for the support I love you.




    who is going?


  6. Anonymous said: I'm a songwriter, and your band is a huge inspiration to me. What's the songwriting process like for you? How long does it take to complete one song and get your emotions out on paper?


    ahhh thank you so much!!!!

    my process differs depending on what I’m writing but i’ll just give you a breakdown of the different styles I guess

    Sloppy Jane/Angry journal entry-type songs (ex: rhoda’s revenge, queen of sludge mountain, prayer)

    for these songs I usually start with inspiration from media. Like, movies or television. lines or images that are inspiring to me. Sometimes I will spend entire days watching Law and Order with a pen and paper just jotting down line segments I like and then I string them together later. I am v influenced by movies and tv.

    Love songs/breakup songs:
    (ex: Pieces, Wilt, even Wish Me Well really)

    Usually what I do with these songs is I write them all the way through stating my feelings literally. This usually ends up sounding really cliche and terrible, but once I finish the whole thing I go all the way through and find more creative ways to make the statements I wanted to make. The songs are always much more literal than they even sound, honestly. The more personal you make them, the more abstract they are going to seem to people who don’t know you.

    Catchy/Pop songs (ex: angriest girl, the pop songs I write for other people) 

    Those always start with a hook and go from there 

    Songs can take me anywhere from 20 minutes to a few weeks to finish. It really depends. And I pick at them forever.

    I hope this was helpful! Let me know if you have any more questions <3


  7. ok so all sass aside we’ve been getting a huge amount of support lately and it means more than I can even say. We love all of you and your messages mean so much to us. I (haley) am the one who manages most of the interwebs stuff, but I pass on the nice things you say to the other girls and we are so tickled. You can always add me on fb and message me about anything I really really enjoy talking to you guys. You rule.


  8. bdmgick:


    is this a baby straight out of the womb onto the runway. is it.


    wait hold up is this our old bassist? jak kilmer??

    (Source: drkshdw, via ohhhtoriii)

  9. "To most people, the yard probably looked like it needed to be cleaned out, but Angelo and I thought it had a ton of character. We had our backdrop, so we told the girls to set up their instruments right there and we started rolling.”

    It took almost no time for Haley, Phoebe and Imogen to get comfortable in front of the camera. I was really impressed with the recent high school grads, especially considering this was their first video. Haley really owned her performances as the lead singer, a real pleasure for us to shoot.”

    -Tony Shane (from the set of Wish Me Well) 

    Read the full article here: 



  10. Most of this video revolved around Haley as she sang a song dedicated to her ex-boyfriend, a successful model, Gryphon O’shea. Gryphon was a really good sport and came to star along side Haley for the video… after not seeing her since their break-up. Not awkward at all.”

    In the end, Haley’s plan worked to help us capture some really genuine moments for the video. There is no doubt that the chemistry between the two was a perfect visual fit for the tone of the song. We shot until the sun was completely gone, leaving our last scene of Haley on the ground, where she would also be in the opening of Wish “Me Well.”

    -Tony Shane (on the set of Pieces) 

    (Read the full article here: http://www.tonyshane.com/sloppy-janes-double-feature/)