After Pennsylvania rockers the Districts debuted their self-titled EP on Rolling Stone in January, the crew hit the road with White Denim and documented their journey in photos. "Robby actually has multiple personalities," bassist Connor Jacobus tells us. "In this one he claims to have battled in 'lyrical warfare.'"
"Robby takes pride in his victories," Jacobus says. "Mark must perform seppuku in order to redeem his family name. We drank his tears in remembrance."
"If Mark drinks too much chai he gains super strength!" Jacobus insists.
"Braden with too many fashion options to pick from in Boston," Jacobus explains. "We actually bought six highway patrol raincoats there."
"Mark skateboarding in NYC. We also like to do double Dutch jump rope in parking lots to pass the time," Jacobus says.
"Our manager, Mama Marls, Collin Smith from Pine Barons, a confused Robby Grote, and Lindsay 'college gurl' Bushong unloading the van in NYC," Jacobus explains.
"Us playing in NYC in front of strange humans," Jacobus narrates. "For some reason we did this almost every night on this tour."
"Braden and Robby being sassy. I think I'm being sassy too," Jacobus says.
"Us and tour manager/Pine Baron, Collin Smith, after feasting at a Canadian diner," Jacobus says. "Weezer was blasting in the van."
"One of the many attempts of making a human table," Jacobus says. "Braden seems to be enjoying it too much."