Stephen Christian Album: July

2009-05-10 by Waior | 19 Comments
In a new years twitter post, Anberlin lead singer Stephen Christian announced about his solo project, Anchor and Braille, that "I have decided as my new years resolution that A&B will come out in 2009 or I will give it away for free one year from today. Promise." Five months later, further incessant stalking of his twitter page confirms that he has sold "half of his house" on Craigslist, that his dog somehow got on his roof and that Anchor and Braille's self-titled album will be released in July 2009.

"I want to tour with a&b now! Talked to [Aaron] Marsh the other day, he just wants to leak the whole record! I am holding out a little longer."

http://twitter.com/anchorbraille

Tagged: Anchor & Braille

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Waior
May 10th 2009
11630 Comments


I feel the same way about this as I did when I learned that Dustin Kensrue did solo stuff -- awesome.

JumpTheF**kUp
May 10th 2009
2722 Comments


oh my god

natey
May 10th 2009
4188 Comments


i am interested in this

Waior
May 10th 2009
11630 Comments


Anybody who isn't should be put under investigation.

bloc
May 10th 2009
45333 Comments


i swear it will just sound like anberlin all over again.

Digging: Flotsam and Jetsam - Doomsday for the Deceiver

Waior
May 10th 2009
11630 Comments


Only better. Because pop-punk is terrible, and Stephen Christian has potential.

OllieS
May 10th 2009
2095 Comments


cool

Knott-
Emeritus
May 10th 2009
10198 Comments


well a new anberlin album wouldn't annoy me too much bloc

but i can see this being damn good

roofi
May 10th 2009
959 Comments


the ep they put out forever ago sounded really good, pretty psyched about this


mynameischan
Emeritus
May 10th 2009
17946 Comments


ya this will prolly be good

Waior
May 10th 2009
11630 Comments


He'd have to try really hard to make it bad.

foreverendeared
May 11th 2009
14677 Comments


whoa this will be awesome

jingledeath
May 11th 2009
7101 Comments


going to get fo shizzle

IAmInsect
May 11th 2009
3800 Comments


pop punk is not terrible

Waior
May 11th 2009
11630 Comments


Anberlin experimenting > Anberlin not experimenting.

Anberlin not experimenting = pop punk.

IAmInsect
May 11th 2009
3800 Comments


yeah and it's awesome

Waior
May 11th 2009
11630 Comments


Time and Confusion = not awesome.

Dance, Dance, Christ Paffgen = awesome.

roofi
May 11th 2009
959 Comments


anberlin pretty much all the time = awesome

killrobotmusic
May 11th 2009
673 Comments


This should be quite good. Stephen is a real intelligent, stand-up guy, I had a chance to talk to him for a while at the Knitting Factory in NYC when I went to see him and Dustin Kensrue perform solo (which was an incredible show). He took the time to chat with us for a while, and it really made an impression on me. I'm hoping that Wedding/Funeral makes the cut on whatever he decides to put out.



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