Monday, June 29, 2009
New EP - ...One Would Hope
I'm pleased to announce the release today of my new EP
, ...One Would Hope
. Nothing too terribly new, if you've been following my career so far. We kick things off with "Back from Juvie,"
exactly as submitted to Songfight
a few months ago. Then we take the quirkiness up a notch with "Schadenfreude,"
which debuts in its new version here. I replaced the fake piano and elec.piano with slightly less-fake piano and elec.piano tones, and completely redid the bridge. From there, I depress the heck out of the listener with "Phantom,"
then bring the whirlwind eleven-minute emotional journey to a close near where it started with the new version of "Rhymes with Lucia,"
both of the latter as announced in a news post about a week and a half ago
This EP doubles as an audition CD for me, for a program which I'll tell you more about if I'm accepted. In the meantime, enjoy the tuneage. It should serve to whet your appetite for the full-length album I'll be dropping by the end of the summer.
To hear it and/or download the mp3 files for free, click here. You'll also find instructions to follow if you'd like to purchase a signed CD copy, including an insert featuring the beautiful artwork of Teplin!
Over and out,
Labels: EP, One Would Hope
posted by Jon Eric 7:31 PM