The Don’t Break Down documentary on Jawbreaker is now available for Amazon Prime members.
Jawbreaker confirm with Music Radar that they’re working on new music:
We’re writing right now and we’ve rescued a couple of old songs that we never had a chance to record right at the end of the band. We’re going to get together in San Francisco and get right back to it. We don’t have a label yet, and we haven’t booked any studio time. We’re just dipping our toes and taking it one step at a time.
Blake Schwarzenbach of Jawbreaker talks about the band potentially recording new music on the latest episode of the Going Off Track podcast.
Blake Schwarzenbach of Jawbreaker will be appearing at a live taping of the Going Off Track Podcast on March 16th at the Knitting Factory in New York City.
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Jawbreaker’s storage unit in California was broken into and burglarized. A message from the band detailing what has gone missing can be found below.
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Jawbreaker are auctioning off limited signed posters for charity.
Hayley Williams of Paramore posted up a little video of her performing “Accident Prone” by Jawbreaker on Twitter.
Update: I extracted the audio from the video and cleaned it up just a little if you’d like an MP3 copy.
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The documentary Don’t Break Down: A Film About Jawbreaker screened in New York last night. After the premiere Blake Schwarzenbach did a Q&A, Brooklyn Vegan reports:
Another highlight of the Q&A: Blake said Jawbreaker is “trying to” write new music, and while it doesn’t seem like we should hold our breath (this is a band who took 21 years to reunite, after all), he certainly didn’t rule out a new Jawbreaker album, and seemed like he would be excited if there was one.
Jawbreaker’s recent show in San Francisco was recorded and shared on YouTube by BayAreaPunkShows.
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