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B and hip-hop flair. Punchy drum samples and rhythmic synthesizers cast glitter upon Jukebox the Ghosts ever-strong songwriting core on Jukebox the Ghost, making it the bands most modern-sounding and ambitious work. On Girl singer-pianist Thornewill showcases his soulful vocal ability, powerful as ever, crooning over a steady mid-tempo number flush with snaps, a bass groove, and little else. The track Postcard, produced by Andrew Dawson, throws Thornewills confident vocals and punchy piano performance against a backdrop of lush synths and hip-hop-inspired grooves to create something truly new for the band. Uncharted territory doesnt stop there.The nostalgic acoustic anthem Long Way Home, features guitarist-vocalist Tommy Siegel and Thornewill trading lead vocals, an alternating-lead-vocal style used for the first time on a Jukebox the Ghost record. If that isnt enough new ground, for the first time, drummer Jesse Kristin provides lead vocals on Hollywood over a lounge-jazz piano prelude that quickly descends into punchy pop distinctive of the bands past, but through a considerably new lens. Amidst so much studio experimentation, one of the most groundbreaking and exciting steps for the band while making this record, was (somewhat counterintuitively) playing less. Sparseness reigns supreme on the haunting vocal-and-Rhodes showcase Undeniable You and on the crushing album-closer Show Me Where It Hurts, the latter of which features just Siegels vocals, Thornewills piano, and a heartbreaking string arrangement by producer Dan Romer reminiscent of his score for the Oscar-nominated film Beasts of the Southern Wild.Jukebox the Ghost arrives after years of accruing a diehard following while remaining one of the hardest-working live acts in music. The groups quirky songwriting and breathtaking performance skills have led the trio to share stages with Ben Folds, Jacks Mannequin, Motion City Soundtrack and Guster, while being one of Yep Rocs lynchpin artists since signing to t
  • Start:September 29, 2017 Time: 8:00 PM
  • End:September 29, 2017 Time: 11:59 PM
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  • Where:Grey Eagle Tavern, 185 Clingman Avenue, Asheville, North Carolina, United States
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