Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness will release their new album, Zombies On Broadway, on February 20th.
I wrote this album in the middle of a whirlwind, when the future was unclear. Isn’t it always? I found my way to the city, thinking I could settle a score with a ghost. You can’t, so I came home and rewrote the ending. I’m proud announce my new album, “Zombies on Broadway,” is coming on February 10th. I spent more than a year hoping to find new answers to old questions. What I found; I have always been two people; One in search of peace and the other in search of whatever makes my hair stand up and my heart beat faster. This record is mostly about the latter. You’ll be able to pre-order the album starting next Friday, November 18th through my webstore and digitally on all your favorite outlets. A new song “Brooklyn, You’re Killing Me” will also be released alongside the pre-order.
Andrew McMahon will release the new single “Fire Escape” on September 8th.
Lindsey Sterling and Andrew McMahon did a Facebook Live interview with fans. Around the 5 minute mark Andrew discusses hoping to have a new album out early next year and a new single dropping in about a month.
Lindsey Stirling’s new video for “Something Wild” (feat. Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness) has been released. Whole lot of Andrew on this one and he’s definitely the best part.
Andrew McMahon and Rivers Cuomo of Weezer are both featured on Lindsey Stirling’s upcoming album Brave Enough. The album will be out August 19th.
Andrew McMahon performed a new song live the other night. A fan-shot video has made its way to YouTube.
Andrew McMahon spoke a little with People Magazine about being 10 years in remission from leukemia. He also mentioned he’s begun working on new music:
“I finally got together with this production team in New York downtown that I’ve just been so psyched on working with that I said, ‘I’m gonna do my New York record,'” says McMahon, who recorded all his previous albums on the West Coast. “I don’t want to scare anybody, but it’s pop.”
Andrew McMahon ended his seven-week “Wilderness Politics Tour” at the Fillmore in Philadelphia on Saturday, November 28, 2015 to a sold-out crowd. We’ve got a fantastic gallery of photos from the show from photographer Staci Altomari. You can view those below.
Andrew McMahon explains why his new Wilderness project is the most focused thing he’s done in years, touches on the themes of storytelling and fatherhood, and unpacks his lifelong obsessions with dreams and the sky.
Andrew McMahon discusses Jack’s Mannequin’s third record People and Things, viewing life from a day-to-day perspective, writing for Hollywood, and being caught in between the mainstream and indie.
Andrew McMahon gives an inside scoop into writing and recording the upcoming third Jack’s Mannequin record, the Something Corporate reunion, Dear Jack Foundation’s continuing efforts to fight cancer, and how his life has finally started to come into focus.