We hadn't been to Charleston in quite some time, perhaps a year and half, when Mute Math was finishing up the encore portion of the album release tour with The Working Title (TWT), who I was able to hang out with (both past and present members). Of all the bands we've toured with, TWT has probably been the most fun. We'd play football (TWT vs MM) every chance we got, and MM would always win. (It helped that none of MM smoked, I guess; let's face it guys, it made us a bit stronger, faster, better.) Anyway, Joel Hamilton from TWT played a quick acoustic set before Eisley, and it was wonderful to hear his melodic voice. Check out his music.
The Charleston show went well despite Paul sporting a 103 degree fever. I was truly amazed that he was able to pull off the concert so well. He is one of the most ambitious, driven persons I've ever known in my life. It's both inspiring and exhausting to watch him work and work along side him.
In order to break up the routine of the tour, I decided to change things up by bringing out my little best friend, Dakota. This was her first time on the bus, which was good even though it took her a while to get acclimated to all the new sights and smells; this second Music Farm (the first was memorable since we only played to about twenty people about two years ago) will be very special to me because it was her first MM show.