Two Hand Fools – Geraniums (Live From Bad Racket Recording Studio in Cleveland)
TWO HAND FOOLS IS: RYAN | TY | ADAM | NICK
Hailing from: Cleveland, Ohio
Record Label: Messy Life, Records, Mindless Records + more
Two Hand Fools stopped by to record a shoot a video for Geraniums off their upcoming length ‘Falling In / Falling Out’. There are now two singles, Geraniums and Young Again of the forthcoming record up on Spotify. Two Hand Fools is a Cleveland band that has been performing for nearly 10 years, with Ryan Johns playing guitar and singing, Adam Paduch playing drums, Tyler Sickels on Guitar, and Nick Schmitt playing bass. Check Two Hand Fools out performing Geraniums Live From Bad Racket! When asked about the upcoming record, Ryan Johns said “Falling In/Falling out is the culmination of 10 years of being in a band. We’ve had a lot of releases, but this one is the first one that I think all of us are 100% happy with. We started recording demos in November of 2015 and didn’t actually end up recording at Bad Racket until July of 2016. With the amount of time we spent on the whole process of writing this record, it definitely shows in the final product. Geraniums is the perfect song to listen to if you’d like to get a feel for how the rest of the record is. It’s loud. It’s simple. It’s heavy. It’s about a turning point in my life where I realized I wasn’t happy with what I was doing. I wasn’t happy with my job, my relationship, or my unwillingness to change. The record, as a whole, is about this period of growth. It is about falling in love with that change while simultaneously having a falling out with the person that I was with and the person that I was myself.”
Check out https://twohandfools.bandcamp.com/
As part of our Live from Bad Racket In studio video series.
Filmed & Edited by: Evan Prunty
Audio Recorded, Mixed & Mastered by: Henri Rapp
Blast from the past:
Check out a really old two hand fools video here. Filmed in the ally behind the old studio in Ohio City, back when Molly was in the band. Directed by Aaron Freeder.