On "Pause"

Greetings!

We truly hope that you all are staying safe, sane and strong. These are very strange times in which we are living. Ondine wasn't necessarily looking to write a song specific to the current COVID-19 Pandemic, but was hoping to finish other material that she had started. You know that old saying about how 'when you're not looking for someone, they find you' goes. Well, it wasn't someone, but a pretty big something. The new baby is called "Pause," and we entered in the NPR Tiny Desk Contest this year, our first ever, so it's a pretty big deal for us. You can find it on our YouTube channel. We offer our sincere thanks to James Lane of Hot Indie Media, who also shot the footage of our last outing at Shrine NYC, early March 2020.

Speaking of our YouTube channel; in order to get our own special PM Edition Band NYC URL, we need more of you to subscribe to our YouTube channel. Easier said than done, since they bury it until then! In the meantime, here's the link, please do go check it out. Here's the link: 

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLjSLSekcGn_S6c_bwCK9bnkcEozjAJMGH

Ooh, one last thing: Ondine has also been a 'Repeat Offender' of late on the newly-revived *ReW & WhO*, renegade-style! It's been lots of fun, so be sure to tune in to *ReW & WhO* on Facebook live this coming Wednesday, April 29, from 6 to 8pm EDT.

Wishing you all joy and light,

Ondine and Keith

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