Years later they received a random email from a guy they knew named Greg who now insisted he be called Gaylord. Greg was now running a tape-only label outta Oakland named Gaylord’s Party Music and he wanted Poor Things to reunite so he could release those nacho songs on cassette. Coming from a carpeted community in a small town, Tay and Scott always dreamed of the day they’d again have a reason to record, but this time, using the good wood in their San Francisco bedroom. So, they ordered a $100 USB mic and reworked parts for the old hard drive jams to create the 2-thumbed, 6-song, audible good time that is their new EP ‘Bad Cursive’. The result of their sonic reunion sounds like a 2-harmony duo borrowed a bunch of instruments from their friends and pretended to be a 5-piece fuzz pop band while they recorded in their apartment, for 17 glorious minutes.