blake babies "epilogue" --our very last record release/ep---is out now --available for the first time for your digital downloading pleasure

— Juliana Hatfield (@julianahatfield) December 11, 2012

'Epilogue' - the last Blake Babies release from 2002, is now widely available for the first time from today via most digital outlets including iTunes and Spotify.

The EP was originally available in limited numbers on CD and sold principally at the final Blake Babies live shows in the US.

It features 3 covers (Fleetwood Mac's 'Walk A Thin Line', MC5's 'Shakin' Street' and The Ramones' 'I Wanna Be Sedated'), a remix of 'Nothing Ever Happens', and an original Hatfield / Strohm composition - 'My Motor'. It's not automatic. You've got to work that stick.

'Epilogue' was the first release on Juliana's Ye Olde Records label. A handful of remaining cds found at Ye Olde HQ were sold by Juliana at $200 each as part of her first PledgeMusic project in 2011.

It's a bit cheaper now.