Big Knife Little Knife Caliper Tee

Indulge your anxiety: tour shirt pre-orders available until Friday.

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HEY TORSO-OWNERS! We’ve been cranking out a bunch of t-shirts that we’ll be selling on tour, but there is one sad fact: having t-shirts in all the sizes and types on hand is just VERY expensive, so we’ll only have a limited amount and we may run out of certain sizes partway.

But life doesn’t have to be a lottery! If you have your heart set on a BKLK shirt and you plan to attend a show on the tour, you can guarantee your successful acquisition of said shirt in your size and style preference by pre-ordering now.

(***Like, right now, immediately pretty much, so I can close the sale by end of day Friday to get the right sizes in time to print them for you.)

If this appeals to you, order here:

https://bigknifelittleknife.bandcamp.com/…/bklk-caliper-shi…

https://bigknifelittleknife.bandcamp.com/…/bklk-caliper-shi…

You can put in a shipping address because it will probably ask for one, but we will ignore it! We will instead put it in a box with your name and some very strong wording on it, and you can pick it up at the merch table at any of the upcoming shows on this list:

https://bigknifelittleknife.com/shows/

New news, exciting news

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You might not have heard a whole lot from us in the past few months, but as it goes, life happens. This spring we rolled up our sleeves and released our new full length record, “Anchor Rights,” and this summer had a fantastic time playing Sled Island. However, this year also saw some big changes, with David moving to Calgary, and Denise heading down to Hamilton. Those events essentially hit pause on Big Knife Little Knife as we figured out what to do next, but the good news is, we’re aiming to get busier than ever in 2017.

We’re super excited to announce that Tristan Matthews will be replacing David on bass in BKLK. He’s a member of one of our favourite bands, GIRL ARM, but also a great musician and an awesome dude, and we’re happy to have more reasons to hang out with him.

We’ll be getting our chops back up on our songs, and working the 401 corridor pretty hard to practice and get into fighting shape. And you’ll be hearing more about what’s to come as we start putting our plans together.

David remains a great friend, and we couldn’t have gotten this far without him.

We can’t wait to get back out there. See you soon.

xo bklk

Big Knife Little Knife at the Ship & Anchor for Sled Island 2016. Photo credit Trevor Hatter @hatterphoto

Sled Island 2016 photos and video

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Photo credit: Trevor Hatter