The Blue Jean Committee, the 70s soft rock band founded by Fred Armisen and Bill Hader, will soon be releasing an album.

Blue Jean Committee Album

Armisen and Hader started The Blue Jean Committee for a Saturday Night Live skit, playing frontman Richie Cornish and the unnamed bass player who’s known for his falsetto, respectively. They made their debut on SNL in 2011, playing “Massachusetts Afternoon” with the help of Jason Segel and Paul Rudd.

Inspired by such laid back duos as Loggins & Messina, Seals & Crofts, Becker & Fagan and England Dan and John Ford Coley and well-versed in the ‘Lido Shuffle,’ to boot, The Blue Jean Committee were the proud products of the late 70’s Northampton, Massachusetts music scene,” read a press release.

The Blue Jean Committee, which recently performed on Late Night with Seth Meyers, will be featured on an upcoming episode of IFC documentary satire series, Documentary Now, created by Meyers, Armisen and Hader.

The Blue Jean Committee’s EP Catalina Breeze, which is to feature seven songs, will be released. Nov. 20.

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