Below is the official debut track from The Weaks called "Nietzche's Harvest Song." The project is the brainchild of former Dangerous Ponies Evan Bernard and Chris Baglivo. You'll find a plethora of artists that live, play and work at Big Mamma's Warehouse on the single like ex-bandmate Kyle Pulley, Algernon Cadwallader's Peter Helmis and Joe Reinhardt, Bandname's Cat Park and Greg Labold, Hop Along's Tyler Long, Mike Bell and many others. We are sure that will be a common occurence throughout their upcoming debut EP The World Is A Terrible Place & I Hate Myself and Want To Die. Ha...we're guessing that you can tell there's a touch of emo on the album and judging by this track and the fact that Bernard and Baglivo are ex-Ponies, there will be plenty of power-pop. What began as an ambitious project to write and a record a song a week has also morphed into a full live band for the duo, backed by more ex-Ponies Mikey Tashjian and Andy Black (ex-Nicos Gun). They will be making their first appearance on November 7 with old friends Turning Violet Violet and Dollys (ex-Green Paper).