December 9, 2016
New Jersey-based alternative, indie-rock outfit The Early November have announced a surprise release of their fifth album, titled Fifteen Years. This all-acoustic record will hit the stores early next year, on January 20.
The album will feature 15 acoustic renditions of their songs from different stages of their 15-year-long career as a band. Fifteen Years will be released via Bad Timing Records, and you can check out the disc’s artwork and track listing below. Pre-orders of the album are available starting this Thursday at the label’s webstore.
To other recent news, The Early November’s frontman Ace Enders and Man Overboard’s Nik Bruzzese have teamed up to record and produce a new Christmas song, ‘Jacob Marley’. It was recorded in The Lumberyard recording studio in Hammonton, New Jersey.
In case the name doesn’t ring a bell, Jacob Marley is a character in Charles Dickens’ tale A Christmas Carol. In the story, Marley is haunting Ebenezer Scrooge, his old business partner. The collaboration on the Christmas song shows the duo not only as musicians but also as song producers. Check out ‘Jacob Marley’ in the video below.
So far, The Early November have put out four albums: The Room’s Too Cold (2003), triple album The Mother, the Mechanic, and the Path (2006), In Currents (2012) and Imbue (2015).
The Early November Track listing
1. Narrow Mouth
3. Mountain Range In My Living Room
4. Boxing Timelines
5. Tell Me Why
6. A Little More Time
8. Call Off The Bells
9. Frayed In Doubt
10. I Don’t Care
11. In Currents
12. Figure It Out
13. Driving South
14. Sunday Drive
15. Ever So Sweet