My Heart to Joy at the Same Tone is a band from Connecticut that started as a two–piece Orchid rip off called David Schwimmer. We recorded our first few songs with a $10 computer mic and some broken equipment that wasnâ??t ours, then eventually added a bass player before going into a real studio to record the â??Heavenly Bodiesâ? EP. We got some decent reviews and Absolute Punk told us we sounded like a mix between Drive Like Jehu and throwing expensive things down the stairs.

Later we started grasping the concept of melody and decided that we needed a second guitar player, so Greg joined the band despite never actually being a guitar player. We went to Maine in the winter and recorded the â??Virgin Sailsâ? EP with this dude whose favorite album is Four Minute Mile. We self released it on 7â? and received a lot of good reviews from people comparing us to Hot Water Music, which didnâ??t really bother us because weâ??d never listened to them. We did a short weekend tour of New England and then went to Florida and back with six people in a Jeep painted like the ones from Jurassic Park. In the winter, we went back to Maine to record a full length and then went on another east coast tour, this time in a minivan. The new record is now coming out on two different labels and this summer we are going to the parts of America where the states arenâ??t so close together. In the meantime, we are still trying to figure out whether or not Braid is better than The Promise Ring and why that one Jimmy Eat World song makes us think about snowboarding. For now, New England is a wonderful place to be.
The World Is A Beautiful Place and I Am No Longer Afraid To Die

The World Is A Beautiful Place and I Am No Longer Afraid To Die