October shows by Real Estate

We've got some shows coming up next month in New York, Dallas, San Francisco, Los Angeles and Chicago.  We're also getting closer and closer to finishing work on our third album.  Exciting!  I would be very surprised if we did not play a number of new songs at these upcoming shows.  Check out the dates below, and then check out a short video from the studio this summer. 

Thu, 10/17 New York, NY Bowery Ballroom, http://www.boweryballroom.com

Fri, 10/18 Dallas, TX Index Festival, https://spunetickets.com/checkout/id/22815447474596465

Sun, 10/20 San Francisco, CA Treasure Island Music Festival, http://www.treasureislandfestival.com/2013/

Tue, 10/22 Los Angeles, CA Troubadour, http://www.troubadour.com

Wed, 10/23 Chicago, IL Lincoln Hall, http://www.lincolnhallchicago.com


Recording and Tour by Real Estate

Hey guys,

We're in Chicago making our new record. 
We've also added new tour dates on the West Coast including the Woodsist Festivals. See you out there

September 23 - Woodsist Festival, Big Sur, CA SOLD OUT
September 24 Fresno, CA Strummer's
September 25 Santa Barbara, CA Soho
September 26 Santa Ana, CA Observatory
September 28 - Woodsist Festival, Pioneertown, CA 
October 18 - Dallas, TX INDEX Festival
October 20 - Treasure Island Music Festival, San Francisco, CA 

Ridgewood by Real Estate


For the second year in a row, we're going to play a benefit concert for the Nick Currey Fund for Ewings sarcoma research in our hometown of Ridgewood, NJ.  This year we're honored to say we'll be joined by The Glenn Mercer Band.  Glenn is the singer and guitarist of one of the greatest indie bands of all time, and certainly the greatest band ever to hail from Bergen County, The Feelies.  This will surely be a beautiful night of indie rock in the early summer suburbs.  

The show will be held June 30th at the Kasschau Memorial Shell in Veteran's Field (located behind Village Hall and the Library).  It starts at 6 o'clock with guitarist and singer Brian Milligram.

Advance tickets/donations can be purchased here.

If you pay $20 in advance via that link, you get a seat and you get entered into drawings for sweet prizes.  If you pay $30, you get the above plus a t-shirt.  The show is open to the public though, so feel free to show up with a blanket or lawn chairs and make a donation when you get there.  

This show is being sponsored by Real Living Gateway Realtors and more information can be found on their website over here.

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Our debut TV performance on The Chris Gethard Show. We played Green Aisles and All The Same. 

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Happy Holidays everyone. Few exciting things of note as we enter the holiday season. 


- To start, we made up a new limited edition sweatshirt. In addition, we'll be selling them for discounted prices with the purchase of a Days CD or LP. 

- Second, we're offering a discount of 10% off on all purchases of $50 or more.

- Lastly, we want to do our part to help in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy so we'll be donating 10% of every purchase to Hurricane Sandy Relief Fund started by Governor Chris Christie.


All of these sales and donations will begin on Friday, November 23rd and run through the holidays. 


We hope you all have a safe holiday,


Real Estate

Benefit Show in Ridgewood! by Real Estate

Hey, we're playing in our hometown of Ridgewood, NJ at the Kasschau Memorial Shell.  This is a big deal to us!  It's a benefit for the Nick Currey Fund for Ewing Sarcoma Research.  We went to HS with Nick Currey.  The show is Sunday, June 24th at 7PM.  

Here's some more information about the show:

Concert is FREE but a donation in any amount would be most appreciated. Those making a $15 dollar advance donation will have access to a VIP section and will be entered into a free drawing to be held at the event. Prizes include Autographed Real Estate CD’s and other Items.

Mail checks made to the Nick Currey Fund to Real Living Gateway Realtors, 27 North Broad St, Ridgewood before June 22 or online at https://www.wepay.com/events/real-estate-benefit-concert      Call Mary Ellen or Cheryl at 201-445-2011 w/ questions

And here's some information about the Fund:

In 2005, 19-year-old Nick Currey of Ridgewood, New Jersey, lost his life to Ewing sarcoma, a cancer of the bone (and at times soft tissue) that develops in young people.   Nick’s parents, Nancy and Ralph Currey, established the Nick Currey Fund in his memory to support research that will speed the day when no young person’s life is cut short by Ewing sarcoma.

Nick survived leukemia as a child (he was treated between the ages of four and six) only to succumb to Ewing sarcoma as a young adult.  Being a leukemia survivor may well have caused Nick to develop Ewing sarcoma.  Childhood cancer survivors are nine times more likely than the general population to develop a sarcoma.  In addition, the lifetime dosages of chemotherapy Nick received directly contributed to his death.  His body could not survive the intense chemotherapy associated with the autologous stem cell transplant that was his last, best hope.  If more targeted, less toxic therapies had been available, Nick might be alive today.

While survival rates for childhood cancer have shown impressive improvement, those statistics only capture patients who survive five or 10 years.  They do not reflect the survivors like Nick who suffer an early death from secondary cancers or devastating long-term side effects such as heart disease that result from the toxicity of current therapies.  The Nick Currey Fund is dedicated to finding new and improved therapies for Ewing sarcoma that either represent a real cure or are less toxic than conventional chemotherapy.

(Martin and Alex of Real Estate graduated High School with Nick Currey)


New Dates by Real Estate

We've added four headline shows in the Northeast US to close out the summer. Tickets for DC go on sale Thursday, May 3rd. The remaining shows go on sale Friday, May 4th. Visit our tour page for ticket links.

August 9 - MASS MoCA - North Adams, MA
August 10 - Paradise Rock Club - Boston, MA
August 11 - Webster Hall - New York, NY
August 12 - 9:30 Club - Washington, DC

Album Cover by Real Estate


That's the cover of DAYS.

The photo is by Dan Graham and it's called "Row of Tract Houses , Bayonne NJ 1966".

The logo was designed by Robert Beatty, who also designed the logo on our first album, which you can see at the top of this page.