• We will be back for another 2 night stint at the Music Hall Lounge in Portsmouth, NH on December 8th and 9th! Division of the Human Mind compact discs will be available at the shows, along with more new TTG merch including an amazing March of the Wandering Star tee designed by Sean Beavers & Melinda Beavers! Tickets are moving quickly, so get yours now!
    March of the Wandering Star
  • Division of the Human Mind has been released! Available on all streaming services, or you can purchase a download of the album at our bandcamp site. Many folks have asked about physical product, like CDs, vinyl, cassettes, 8-track, etc. We'd love to do some of these. We're evaluating demand and feasibility. From the band:
    Our first new album in over 20 years, Division of the Human Mind is a concept album in some respects - but not with a continuous storyline. In the end we hope the listener is inspired, uplifted, and most of all motivated! That said, there is a darker edge with many of the pieces confronting troubling trends in society and the current condition of humanity. The End of Civility for example, bluntly observes horrible real life news events and laments the loss of societal cohesion, while inviting the listener to "fill up our lives with love and light." The listener is invited to contemplate the notion that Love is the force that ignited the Big Bang... to Return to place of feeling human connection across the globe... to pay tribute to excellence and to those we admire... and to rest assured that we will not only survive the next extinction, but March onward to start a new renaissance of enlightenment. We hope you enjoy the album and look forward to connecting with each of you.
  • The band performed on stage as part of a new musical theater production, somewhere/elsewhere, written by Kerem Durdag and our own Andy Happel. Thanks to all who came to see the premier of this unique production! We plan to continue developing the project and look forward to sharing more Soon™. Check out this footage from Portland Ovations promoting the debut at Westbrook Performing Arts Center.