We're so glad you stopped by! We invite you to fall back in your easy chair, put your cell phone on Scarlo Mode, and take in some of the tracks from our debut album. You might also want to check out our music videos, directed by Jim Round. 

Scarlo Blog (as it were)


Hey everyone! Thanks for sticking by the Scarlet Locomotive train (sorry ) ;) and waiting as Arielle worked her heart and soul this summer on the farm, and Ted went to Africa with his dear family! We are grateful for you and happy to be approaching fall and having time to spend with new music, and getting back on stage. Check back often for show updates and we can't wait to see you!


Ted and Arielle 

The Scarlet Locomotive

Fall is upon us! 

We are so happy to be back to this season, with local shows and working on new material and maybe just maybe music in a movie.... stay tuned! ;) 

Music videos and Film Festivals! 

Here is our newest video for your enjoyment! Filmed in Skagit and Whatcom Counties by the wonderful Jim Round. 

Alos, we are excited and happy to announce that we will be performing at the first Annual Bellingham Music and Film Festival April 1st, at Make.Shift, in Bellingham, WA. The evening will kick off a weekend full of concerts and film screenings, and both of our music videos will be included in these showings. 


Enjoy, and we will be seeing…

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Catching up 

Boy oh boy! It's been way too long since we've sat down and taken a moment to update everyone here in this blog space. Thank you for sticking with us and waiting to see what we have been up to!  And let me tell you, it's been a wonderful fall and winter here. Coming off of our second Midwest tour, we were inspired to share our new tunes and travel joy with our local audiences and were rewarded with great shows in Bellingham, Wa and the Skagit Valley.

We then finished our debut album and went back to the…Read more

Our Debut Album is Out. A Few Words on the Process 

     We recorded all ten songs at the home of Scott Weiss, who works as a sound engineer at Pure Audio in Seattle during the week and changes into his SuperAudioman costume on weekends. The man’s got a nice house, very mid-century modern, very airy, with wooden floors and hipster couches that were often tipped on end for sound buffering. Sometimes Scott would come out of the sound room and move my guitar mic one inch to the left. He’d tell Ari not to wear a squeaky coat. He’d come back to me and shove a…Read more

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