On January 10, 2014, NFL films arrive in Dayton, Ohio to film The 1984 Draft (a band) for a documentary on the (actual) 1984 NFL Draft to air on the NFL network in April 2014. More details on filming are forthcoming.
In honor of the announcement, the band has decided to share this song with Ghettoblaster:
Few Dayton, Ohio-based musicians have enjoyed the opportunity to support as broad and diverse a list of nationally and internationally recognized musicians as The 1984 Draft’s vocalist Joe Anderl has with his various projects. To name just a representative sample, he’s supported everyone from indie rock heavies like Maritime, The New Amsterdams, The Wrens, Murder By Death, Limbeck and Ink and Dagger, to celebrated songwriters like John Vanderslice, party rocker Andrew WK, and even hardcore heavies Everytime I Die and H2O. Then again few area musicians have transformed their musical identity as many times as Anderl has.
His current project, The 1984 Draft, which includes powerhouse drummer Justin Satinover, studied axe-man Eli Alban, and Misra-signees Motel Beds’ Tod Weidner demonstrates another transformation — to a passionate quartet that channels alt-folk sensibilities through a ‘90s emo and hardcore lens.