The Impossibles, who reunited for at least two shows last year, are apparently back together full-time and have been fundraising to release their two-song 7″, with “Come Back” appearing as side A and “The Position” side B. Here’s a statement from the band:
“The Impossibles have written new music for the first time in over 12 years, and you can help them press these songs onto a LIMITED EDITION COLOR VINYL SEVEN INCH RECORD!!
“Come Back” is the band’s first return to their ska-influenced sound since 1998, and runs in the vein of songs like “Plan B,” “So Much” and “(Never) Say Goodbye.” B-side “The Position” is an aggressive pop rock tune with a shuffling beat to move your feet!
Both songs will be included on the transparent blue 45 rpm 7 inch vinyl record which will be limited to 300 copies. Records will come in full color glossy “glue pocket” jackets. Design and layout by Dan Patton based on work by photographer Joelle Andrés.
Vinyl will be pressed by Gotta Groove Records in Cleveland, OH. A lot of vinyl pressings these days are made by companies that manufacture in Europe using processes that are intended to sound “modern”, but lack the warmth and fidelity we love. Gotta Groove makes vinyl that sounds great right here in the U.S.A.
All rewards are contingent on making our goal of $2,580 by August 31st, which is the amount of money we would need to raise to break even. If we do not meet our goal, your pledge will be refunded on September 1st.
Pledge $20 or more before August 31st and your name will be on an insert included with all 300 records as a special thank you for helping us make it happen.”
The band last released 4 Song Brick Bomb in 2001 before breaking up a year later.
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