Hello Avett fans!

downwiththeavettbros:

So as you may have noticed if you’ve been following me for a while, I usually never make text posts. I’ve always reblogged and posted Avett-related posts. 

Well I’m making a change. I want to know you. I want to know all of you and your favorite Avett songs, which ones make you dance in circles at 2 a.m. and which ones make you cry. I want to know the lyric you have tattooed on your body because it means that much to you. I want this blog and my 855 (!!!!!! When did that happen?!?!) followers to become a community where we can obsess over everything Avett. 

I want to know you and I want to love Avett with you.

So talk to me. Let’s become friends!

Hello Avett fans!

So as you may have noticed if you’ve been following me for a while, I usually never make text posts. I’ve always reblogged and posted Avett-related posts. 

Well I’m making a change. I want to know you. I want to know all of you and your favorite Avett songs, which ones make you dance in circles at 2 a.m. and which ones make you cry. I want to know the lyric you have tattooed on your body because it means that much to you. I want this blog and my 855 (!!!!!! When did that happen?!?!) followers to become a community where we can obsess over everything Avett. 

I want to know you and I want to love Avett with you.

So talk to me. Let’s become friends!


“The audition was in an empty parking lot,” [Crawford] said. “I drove up, got my bass out, and here come these two guys in an a gold Ford Taurus station wagon, decked out in flannel, grunge clothes. They were wanting to play some of the stuff they were raised on, stuff by Rambling Jack Elliott, Kris Kristofferson, Hank Williams. The three of us sat in that parking lot playing stuff like ‘Going Down the Road Feelin’ Bad.’ They played an original song for me, ‘Kind of in Love,’ and it was different. We were really complete opposites. I came from more of a jam band, Grateful Dead background. They were into punk. We had some common ground, but musically we were coming from a completely different place.” (x)

“The audition was in an empty parking lot,” [Crawford] said. “I drove up, got my bass out, and here come these two guys in an a gold Ford Taurus station wagon, decked out in flannel, grunge clothes. They were wanting to play some of the stuff they were raised on, stuff by Rambling Jack Elliott, Kris Kristofferson, Hank Williams. The three of us sat in that parking lot playing stuff like ‘Going Down the Road Feelin’ Bad.’ They played an original song for me, ‘Kind of in Love,’ and it was different. We were really complete opposites. I came from more of a jam band, Grateful Dead background. They were into punk. We had some common ground, but musically we were coming from a completely different place.” (x)

(Source: downwiththeavettbros)