No One In Control is officially out on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, and at your local independent record store! You can also see the new video for “So Red” which is currently being featured via MTV Buzzworthy.
The first EP recorded in 2003.
1. Victim Card
2. Good News
3. Chin Up
4. Kill The Power
5. Come Around
6. Anybody Else
Consequequence of Sound is streaming No One In Control in it’s entirety ahead of the May 14th release date. Head over and take a listen!
Pre-washed Alternative Apparel crew t-shirt with two tone discharge print process.
Today, I’m very happy to be able to release a second single, Keep Quiet, and remixes from NIVA and Savile in advance of the album No One In Control. I’m also taking the band out for a 10 Date US Tour. Please share this and spread the word so that we can see old and new faces at the shows next month!
Go listen to the new single “Keep Quiet” from the album No One In Control releasing May 2013. Remixes are available for download from Niva and Savile.
Today we have released the first single “The Beat Comes” from the upcoming album No One In Control featuring remixes from Treasure Fingers, Tommie Sunshine, Lane 8, and more! You can buy the single and all of the remixes exclusively at beatport.com.
You can also buy the Album Version and Lane 8 remix on iTunes.
The new video for “The Beat Comes” just debuted on Stereogum. Head over and see what they had to say!
So, yesterday we put up a stream of the new single, “The Beat Comes” on Sound Cloud.
We also announced 8 new tour dates that start next week for the East Coast. You can click on “More+” in the details column to see specific information and a “Buy Tickets” option if available.
No shows booked at the moment.
Nearly six years since the release of Anti-Anti, I am finally just months away from the release of No One In Control. I never intended on this long of a gap, but it’s a long story that I am very happy to finally have behind me. So, let me catch everyone up on the recent developments:
I signed to Serpents & Snakes, a new label backed by long-time friends King’s of Leon. Thanks to them, this album was finally able to come to life. I recorded the album with Bill Skibbe at Key Club in the tiny town of Benton Harbor, Michigan in February. You may recognize Bill’s work with The Kills for their last album. The album was then mastered by Alan Douches at West West Side Music in New York.
Now, I’m just waiting for an official release date (Fall 2012) once we get a clear window for PR with Big Hassle.
In the meantime, I’ve set up 9 east coast shows in July to get the new songs and new members of the band broken in and road-ready. I can’t wait to see all of my friends across the country again.