I recently spoke with Jarrod Gorbel of Night Terrors of 1927 (and formerly of The Honorary Title) about his new songs, falling out of love with the music industry, and more. Check it out here.
I started to doubt my abilities. Also, being in a band was really stressful and I wanted to try and do things by myself. But left to my own devices, I just go inward and get really sad. It’s a downward spiral. So I thought, “Well, maybe music’s not for me.”
Last month, we brought you an exclusive stream of the song "I'll Do Better" from Jarrod Gorbel's (The Honorary Title) upcoming solo debut, Devil's Made A New Friend. Since the album comes out next Tuesday, we figured it would be nice to preview the actual album before you pick it up. So without wasting time any further, head over to his AP.net profile to listen to an exclusive stream of the entire album and let us know your thoughts in the replies.
Jarrod Gorbel will be touring with Fun. and Steel Train from September to October and then will be on tour with Hanson for all of November. His debut solo album Devil's Made A New Friend is out next Tuesday the 31st, and all dates are in the replies.
Jarrod Gorbel's (The Honorary Title) upcoming debut Devil's Made A New Friend drops on August 31st, but we have an exclusive track from the album titled "I'll Do Better" streaming on his AP.net profile right now. Stop reading this already and go listen because the track is fantastic. Enjoy!
Jarrod Gorbel has released the 5th intallment of the Devil's Made A New Friend Video Series. The latest session is a collaboration of Jack Antonoff (of Steel Train) and Rachel Antonoff on "Each Breath", a new song off his album Devil's Made A New Friend out August 31. Find the video in the replies.
Jarrod Gorbel (formerly of The Honorary Title) will be releasing his first solo album Devil's Made A New Friend) on August 31st, produced by Blake Sennett of Rilo Kiley and The Elected. His supporting band features members of Rilo Kiley, Black Crowes, Mystic Valley Band and Azure Ray.
Jarrod Gorbel recently shot a live video for the single "Ten Years Older", the title track of his recently released EP. Watch the video in the replies and you can also find the dates for his first solo tour which kicks off tonight.
The Honorary Title will be releasing the vinyl version of 2007's Scream & Light Up the Sky on August 19 via Doghouse Records. The initial pressing of the gatefold double LP is 1,000 copies with a limited number of 500 on red vinyl. The vinyl version includes two bonus tracks not available on the CD version of the album. A pre-order is now available of the red copies via the Doghouse Records webstore.
The Honorary Title's new record, Scream and Light Up The Sky, is scheduled for a summer 2007 release. Any release dates posted anywhere are just tentative. I apologize for the mix up. For now you can enjoy a track from the release right here.