Yes, there was a point in my life when I had albums for about 75% of Drive Thru Records‘ lineup. I loved that label when I was a kid and had a soft spot for a little band called The Early November. They shared that label with New Found Glory, Allister, Midtown, Homegrown and all those other lovely pop-punks.
And when that era ended, Ace kept moving on like with his project I Can Make A Mess Like Nobody’s Business and then it was a Million Different People..then back to I Can Make A Mess. Last stop…TourTot. Ace and his wife run a blog about having/raising children under a touring musician’s lifestyle. I don’t know..you’re just going to have to check that one out yourself, I wasn’t quite expecting to learn all of this upon further research.
Anyways, it’s strange to look back on different time periods of your life and revisit the music you used to spin constantly. The meaning’s have changed, the youthful angst and unrest is no longer in my system, that chapter is closed. But now they have recently announced signing onto Rise Records with plans to release a new record in 2012. WHAT. Check the video below:
Nothing more to say except that I’ll be curiously paying attention to this one. Revisit a little, right-click and enjoy.
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