New album, BALL PIT, available NOW!


The digital version of our fifth full-length album, Ball Pit, is now available at fine music outlets everywhere (including here!) Buy it! Listen to it! Love it! And if you do, please REVIEW IT!

Buy it in the following places (among others): Right here on our siteBandcampiTunes,  Amazon, and Google Play

In addition to a slew of new original songs, the album includes several existing P&S songs that hadn’t been released on CD yet (most all of which received some degree of remixing and/or re-recording), as well as a number of theme songs and other music we’ve done in association with other projects (including The Thrilling Adventure Hour, author John Scalzi, The Guild and more). Plus, it includes a six-track sampling of songlets from SoundBard, our upcoming RPG soundboard app.

It also features cover art by xkcd creator Randall Munroe (and also art from Adam Koford), and musical guest appearances by the likes of Jonathan Coulton, The DoubleclicksMike Phirman, Dave Hill, Jim Boggia and many more.

Special thanks to our Kickstarter backers for helping us make it the most possible amount of awesome. (By way of thanks, our backers have already received the digital version of the album. Membership has its privileges!) The physical CD will be available Soon™, for those folks who are into that sort of thing.


  1. Howard
    Posted July 18, 2014 at 8:14 am | Permalink

    Full length, my a**! I picked up my copy from Kickstarter and put it on a CD for the car. After listening it through, say, 6 or 7 times, I wondered if it was any longer than the other albums. I measured it and it’s exactly the same 5″ of any other CD. Back in my day, an album was 12″ so you young whippersnappers need to stop all this constarned exaggeration.

    Thank you for the album though, whatever size/length it actually is. Listening to it is a joy – made even better by munching on Necco Wafers while you listen to it.

  2. Brett Glass
    Posted September 15, 2014 at 4:13 pm | Permalink

    Here’s hoping that you’ll come to the Rockies sometime soon to tour in support of this new masterpiece!

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