New Andrew McMahon Song2013-03-29 by FromDaHood | 10 Comments
|Andrew McMahon, the former frontman of Something Corporate and Jack's Mannequin, has |
released a new song from his upcoming EP The Pop Underground entitled "Synesthesia."
The song, which made its live debut on March 13th, is available for download and streaming
through his tumblr page: http://wreckingballheart.tumblr.com. Although it is nowhere
near as pianocentric as his previous material, fans will immediately recognize McMahon's
voice and personal touch on the song.
Tagged: Andrew McMahon
Dammit I fucked up the link
goddamn i love this man's voice so much.
still think it's dumb he changed from jack's mannequin to andrew mcmahon jack's mannequin was a cool band name. will definitely check this out though.
Well he said he felt like he moved on from Jack's Mannequin, which is why he retired the name. If you
look at the post under the bunny pic, he also said that he just wants to be able to play all the music
he's written and write in any style instead of having it be "project-driven" (pop-punk influenced SoCo
or piano rock jack's mannequin)
Song is good but I'm really hoping they go through with that new Something Corporate album. How do
you download it?
goddamn i love this man's voice so much. (2)
this song rules
that was awesome
Download link disappeared as I posted. Haven't edited it yet.
I like it.
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