After a series of disfiguring rearrangements and amputations, Seth Smith and Nancy Urich ripped out the heart of their band and split for the country. After some time, they learned to forget about the city and to get by fine with just each other. The sound is driven. They started their own label and screen printed the records, keeping it loose and fun. The new two piece drum and guitar, wife and husband approach lets the songs shine bright. The new record, Deformer is simple and raw in that way that can only come through some kind of earned rock and roll wisdom – being weirdly obsessed for too many years. So here we have the deepest Dog Day fantasy yet. Dark, powerful songs of love and hate, the forest, the sea, dreaming… the deformation into a gang of two.