| | The Juliana Theory’s new CD Deadbeat Sweetheartbeat will be in stores September 13th,
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Deadbeat Sweetheartbeat is more than just an upbeat album filled with smart lyrics and stellar songwriting. Like in the past, TJT is ever evolving. And in doing it their way, they have reaped impressive results. It’s ballsy, charismatic rock ‘n’ roll – The Juliana Theory wouldn’t have it any other way.
| From its inception, Deadbeat Sweetheartbeat is the TJT album: its sound is a culmination of the best of the group’s past, updated by taking a new path. The future, they know, rests on their shoulders, and they are truly taking things into their own hands with this effort. It will be the first album they release on their newly formed label, Paper Fist. With their first two albums released on Tooth & Nail, and their last album, Love, released on Epic, the band was ready to branch out on their own. “We’ve been doing this for eight years now, and I think we found ourselves comfortable enough to do it ourselves . . . We found a way to be really happy and this way we’re able to do it on our own . . . it’s exciting,” says Alan of the move. |
Comprising of singer Brett Detar, bassist Chad Alan, guitarists Josh Fiedler and Josh Kosker, and drummer Josh “Chip” Walters, The Juliana Theory have bid adieu not only in a breakup/relationship sense, but also to their old way of recording, where overdubs and studio experimentation once ruled. “We really set out from the beginning of the writing process to make an album that’s a lot closer to our live show. We didn’t want many overdubs or piles of vocal harmonies that we couldn’t pull off live. We just basically set out to make an album that showcased what our band actually is,” says Detar. The band recorded at least 70-percent of the album live, all together in one room, which resulted in organic, urgent, and incredibly addictive rock ‘n’ roll.
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