Merel And Tony With The Woe Woe Woes In Store Performance

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Merel and Tony met in 2013 while working on an art installation in a small Dutch village. Since then, they have released several EPs of songs, written music for THIS AMERICAN LIFE, been commissioned to compose a musical for a Houston-based theater company, and toured Texas with their band, The Woe Woe Woes. Their last record, PROTEST PSALMS, was funded by a grant from the Houston Arts Alliance. Merel & Tony now divide their time between Rome and Houston.

Their new EP is a collection of songs about shame, girls, and unicorns, and was written by Merel van Dijk and Anthony Barilla with The Woe Woe Woes: Chris Bakos (bass), Cathy Power (drums and marimba) and Joe Wozny (guitar). The EP was produced by Rodney Chinelliott, engineered by Jeff McDonald and recorded, mixed and mastered at IFLM Records, LLC. In 2016. The artwork was created by James Templeton.

Along with this new collection of songs, we're premiering a music video for THE SHAME, which was conceived and directed by Jeromy Barber, the producer and director of DINOLION (a creative production house comprised of Barber, Music Producer/DP/Animator James Templeton, Poet/Animator/Noise Artist Traci Lavois Thiebaud and Fashion Designer/Director Marcus Pontello.) Barber came up with the idea of joining forces with BOO TOWN, a local puppet theater company that creates original performance events combining traditional theatre and performance art with modern interdisciplinary methods. Barber drew on his experience as a Houston-based director and producer and his many connections to artists in the local scene to create a short film that explores regret and loss.
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