The Submarines – You, Me, and the Bourgeoisie

The Submarines are John Dragonetti and Blake Hazard. As solo artists in Boston they were romantically involved, and toured Europe together as members of each other's band. The relationship lasted for four years, but ended in the 2004 when the pair moved to L.A. After the break-up, they continued writing songs, and because Hazard still recorded her music in Dragonetti's home studio, the pair quickly discovered the songs they had written were about each other and their sadness in having broken up. Knowing this, the duo decided to work on a few songs together and eventually got back together. The songs that they had worked on together were mastered for the couple as a wedding present, and those tracks eventually became their first album.

They have since released a second album, Honeysuckle Weeks, which includes the excellent tune You, Me, and the Bourgeoisie.

Interesting note: Hazard is the great-granddaughter of F. Scott Fitzgerald.


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