|A1||Will You Come With Me|
|A2||That Part Of Me|
|A4||No More Executions|
|B1||Solstice Day Parade|
From Fort Union’s Bandcamp: Jace Krause and Jake Rohr had just gone through a band breakup and wanted to change the way they made music. They wanted to eschew polished studio sounds and capture the rough edges and untethered sound of a garage demo. The men set up shop in Krause’s garage with just a few mics, a laptop, and some songs. They invited friend Ryan Lynch to contribute his ideas, and with his help, their breezy folk rock songs got pushed into a loose, experimental sonic landscape. It was a refreshing departure from Seattle’s guy with a guitar music scene
Fort Union National Monument is a unit of the National Park Service of the United States, and is located north of Watrous in Mora County, New Mexico. The national monument was founded on June 28, 1954. The site preserves the second of three forts constructed on the site beginning in 1851, as well as the ruins of the third. Also visible is a network of ruts from the Mountain and Cimarron Branches of the old Santa Fe Trail.
Fort Union made a dreamy lo-fi folk rock album in their garage. Now they want to release it on vinyl. PROJECT UPDATE: We are releasing 4 album "trailers" created by 4 local filmmakers that we love. We asked them to create a 60-second trailer based on one of our songs from the album. We will be releasing these as we near our fundraising deadline. Jace Krause and Jake Rohr have been playing music together for nearly a decade. After their last band fizzled out, they set out to create the music they wanted to hear.
FORT UNION is the songwriting nom du guerre for Jace Krause. Their 2016 album, id (FEIIL Records), is a pysch-rock odyssey into a demented mind. The songs explore the idea of what happens when humans. Stream Tracks and Playlists from Fort Union on your desktop or mobile device.
FORT UNION is the songwriting nom du guerre for Jace Krause, along with a cast of his friends. The songs explore the idea of what happens when humans tap into their lizard brains-the most primal core of their mind. FORT UNION first broke onto the scene in 2012 when they released their lo-fi atmospheric folk-rock record self. Recorded in Krause's garage with just a laptop, a few mics, and a room full of friends and instruments, it explores themes of staking one's own claim, growing up, having kids, and realizing we aren't going to be here forever.