My new album is now officially out! Pre-orders just got shipped, so check yer inboxes! Full roll out tomorrow!
JUST GOT OFF A PLANE TIME TO GO TO SLEEP HAHAHHAAHHAHAHA
TOMORROW, my new album, The Middle of Nowhere, comes out. It’s an album that I wrote over the past year of my life, describing the frustrations of having no idea where to go next, that full transition from that thing you love into a job. It’s an album that I wrote during a time of a lot of turmoil in my personal life. It’s an album ostensibly about broken people, and how lonely that brokenness can feel being around people so much. It’s also an album about Batman and X-Mens and stuff.
It’s the first album I’ve made where I employed the use of multiple producers, people I’ve been really lucky to work with. People like Rocky O’Reilly formerly of the indie pop band Oppenheimer; Greg Alsop, the drummer for Tokyo Police Club; Danny Baranowsky, known for his Super Meat Boy soundtrack; c64 of Dual Core; and other homies like Vince Vandal, Mikal kHill, DJ Empirical, and JFX316.
The album features the amazing talents of my friends MC Frontalot, Louis Logic, Schaffer the Darklord, int80 of Dual Core, and Tribe One. It features the singing debut of one of my best friends, Amy Gregory. And it features a special introduction written by, and performed by James Urbaniak, actor and voice of Dr. Venture from the Venture Bros.
You can pre-order it now at my Bandcamp site, or order a special digipack CD version, which I’ll send to you with a sticker. Or y’know, you can wait one more day and just get it then.
I hope you’ll consider buying it. Not only am I really proud of it, but also because selling albums is the one of the ways I make money, stay in business to keep making you more free music, and so on. This album was also the most expensive album I’ve ever made, and recouping the costs would be very helpful.
Otherwise, I hope you enjoy the record. I’ll be on tour supporting it in your area, probably pretty soon.
Thank you for helping me continue to make music for you.
this is why you never ask “could it get any creepier?”
I fucking love this.
Ariel ,Cinderella, and Belle done in the art nouveau style of Alphonse Mucha.
I think someone deleted the op’s line that credited the artist so:
OMFG I <3 THIS
If you ever find yourself thinking you can’t separate actor Jack Gleeson from terrible King Joffrey, remember, he knows the phrase “gender normative.”