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Brand New
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Brand New performing live at The Flex in Vienna on January 29, 2007.
Background information
Origin Levittown, Long Island, New York
Genres Alternative rock, emo, indie rock, pop punk (early)
Years active 2000–present
Labels Tiny Evil, Interscope, Triple Crown, Iodine, Razor & Tie
Associated acts The Rookie Lot, Taking Back Sunday, Kevin Devine, Manchester Orchestra, Sainthood Reps, Shone, Kevin Tolan
Website www.fightoffyourdemons.com
Members Vincent Accardi
Jesse Lacey
Brian Lane
Garrett Tierney
Past members Derrick Sherman

Brand New is an alternative rock band from Long Island, New York.[1] Formed in 2000, the band currently consists of vocalist/guitarist/lyricist Jesse Lacey, guitarist/vocalist/lyricist Vincent Accardi, bassist Garrett Tierney, and drummer Brian Lane.[2]

In the late 1990s, Jesse Lacey, Garrett Tierney, and Brian Lane were all members of the band The Rookie Lot. They eventually split off from the other members of the group, and in 2000 formed Brand New in Merrick, New York.[2] The band signed to Triple Crown Records and in 2001 released their debut studio album, Your Favorite Weapon. Their second album, Deja Entendu, was released in 2003 and marked a stylistic change for the band.[3] The album's first two singles, "The Quiet Things That No One Ever Knows" and "Sic Transit Gloria... Glory Fades", both received airplay on MTV2 and Fuse TV, entering the top 40 on the United Kingdom Singles Chart. Deja Entendu was eventually certified gold in the United States.

Brand New moved to Interscope Records and released The Devil and God Are Raging Inside Me in 2006. "Jesus Christ" became their highest charting single in the US, peaking at number 30 on the Alternative Songs chart. In March 2008, the band started their own record label, named Procrastinate! Music Traitors. Their fourth album, Daisy, was released in 2009 and became their highest charting album in the US, reaching number six on the Billboard 200.

History[edit]

Formation and early releases (2000–2001)[edit]

Prior to Brand New's official formation, in the late 1990s, Jesse Lacey, Garrett Tierney and Brian Lane were all members of the post-hardcore band The Rookie Lot, along with Brandon Reilly and Alex Dunne of Crime in Stereo.[4] After the band's split and not playing together for a while, Lacey, Lane and Tierney started to rehearse again. They then recruited guitarist Vincent Accardi, who had been playing in a band called One Last Goodbye, since Reilly had joined The Movielife.[2][4]

All four members had backgrounds linking into their local Long Island independent and hardcore music scenes, but with influences from an array of artists ranging from Buddy Rich to the Archers of Loaf. They eventually formed Brand New in 2000, in a basement in Merrick, New York. Their initial intention was always to "move outside of whatever notions they felt inclined to when they were making music as younger people."[2] The band gained exposure in the local scene through playing shows with alternative rock contemporaries Midtown and post-hardcore bands like Glassjaw, while also self-releasing a four-song demo.[4][5] They signed to Triple Crown Records just after their second-ever show.[6]

Debut album: Your Favorite Weapon (2001–2002)[edit]

Brand New's debut studio album Your Favorite Weapon was produced by friend of the band Mike Sapone.[2][5] The album has been described as being "bitter about ex-girlfriends", with an excessive concentration on "post-breakup angst", receiving relatively positive reviews, with Allmusic awarding it three out of five and Popmatters also being favorable.[7][8] It became a moderate success, selling over 50,000 copies.[9][10] The record deal gave Brand New the opportunity to tour, playing alongside the likes of Taking Back Sunday and touring the UK in support of Finch, to a "great response" from the crowds.[5][11]

The only single released from Your Favorite Weapon was "Jude Law and a Semester Abroad". The song has been described by Allmusic as a "semi-hit",[5] after it received airplay on both MTV2 and Fuse.

Deja Entendu and acclaim (2003–2004)[edit]

Jesse Lacey performing in Toronto during December 2006.

Brand New's second studio album was written in "the year and-a-half or two years" that they were touring the material off Your Favorite Weapon. According to drummer Brian Lane, "Jesse [Lacey] wrote a lot of the lyrics about different things than 'I just broke up with my girlfriend' for the new record,"[12] as Lacey had written the songs on an acoustic guitar in his bedroom.[13] Lane also explained that the band was now influenced by a range of different artists, "All of us got exposed to a lot of different music that all of us were listening to. For the first [album] we weren't in such close quarters for 24 hours a day. I think that has a lot to do with it." Unlike their first album, it was said that a lot of time and concentration went into making the album.[12]

The band released Deja Entendu through Razor & Tie/Triple Crown Records in June 2003, with it being issued in Europe and Australia in October 2003.[14] The album's title, Deja Entendu, is French for "already heard." It was explained as "very tongue-in-cheek," by singer Lacey. Elaborating on the title's meaning, he told MTV, "No matter who you are or what your band is about, you can't put a record out without people saying it's derivative of something else. So by saying the record's already been heard, it's kind of like saying, 'Yeah, you're right. We're doing something that's already been done before.'" Also reinforcing, "We're not trying to break new ground in music. We're just trying to make good music."[13] The album was described as a "stylistic leap" from Your Favorite Weapon, with a "decidedly matured" sound.[5] In an interview with Billboard, Lacey said that although Deja Entendu does offer a different sound, the album "doesn't seem like we're departing from anything, really. I think we always knew that we had a lot of potential and there's a lot of different stuff we were able to do, and a lot of different sounds we wanted to make. Not too long after we recorded the first record, we were already wondering where we were going to go from there."[14]

Deja Entendu debuted at number 63 on the Billboard 200.[15] After just seven weeks, the album's sales were at more than 51,000 copies, already closing in on the total figure of its predecessor, Your Favorite Weapon.[10] In May 2007, four years after its release, it was certified gold for surpassing 500,000 sales in the United States, by the Recording Industry Association of America.[16]

Deja Entendu's first single, "The Quiet Things That No One Ever Knows", impacted radio airplay in July 2003, a month after the album's release. The song was said to be about regret, or "How there can be problems in a relationship and they get ignored. And how that often ends up as a broken home or some kind of bad situation down the road. It's kind of something that if it wasn't overlooked in the first place, you can kind of get through it." The song's music video chronicles the moments after a severe car accident, where a mortally wounded Lacey cannot depart for the next world until he knows that his girlfriend, also injured in the crash, is safe in this one. He says it "is about death or losing someone and it's those moments that you kind of look back on your life and realize all the regrets that you had, and all the things you wish you could change".[13] They also made a music video for the second single, "Sic Transit Gloria... Glory Fades," where Lacey acts like a human voodoo doll; discovering that when he moves a particular body part, it is mimicked by the target of his action. "Since the song is about taking advantage of someone else," he said, "there's a pretty strong correlation between the video and the song." Both music videos gave the band exposure in the mainstream where Your Favorite Weapon went "virtually unnoticed", with the videos finding "constant" airplay on MTV and the band making its live television debut on Jimmy Kimmel Live!.[5][12][17] Furthermore, both singles entered the top 40 on the UK Singles Chart,[18] whilst "The Quiet Things That No One Ever Knows" peaked at number 37 on the Alternative Songs chart.[19]

Three shows of the band's 24-date headlining US tour with Moneen, Senses Fail, and The Beautiful Mistake had sold out prior to even having released a single, with much of the buzz surrounding the band being produced by just word of mouth, touring and Internet message boards.[13] Deja Entendu's success also earned them tours alongside New Found Glory, Good Charlotte, Dashboard Confessional, and Blink-182.[5] The band went on to headline The Bamboozle festival with My Chemical Romance, Alkaline Trio, Thrice, The Starting Line, Fall Out Boy, The Bouncing Souls, Straylight Run and Flogging Molly.[20] They also made their second trip to the UK in 2004, their first as the headline act, the tour completely sold out.[11]

In the wake of Deja Entendu, Brand New was pegged as an act to watch in Rolling Stone's annual "Hot Issue."[12] The band topped punk critics' year-end lists with the "genre-defying" Deja Entendu,[21] and the album was described as a "landmark album of so-called 'emo-punk'."[22] As a result of both the album's success and the band's notable underground following, Brand New found itself in the middle of a bidding war from record labels.[5][6][14] At the time, Lane protested the label of "bidding war", but conceded, "There's a few labels that are definitely interested. We've been talking to a lot of people for a while and we're narrowing it down."[14] The band eventually signed with DreamWorks Records, which was then taken over by Interscope Records.[5]

The Devil and God Are Raging Inside Me (2005–2008)[edit]

"I don’t think that in our short recording career we have followed a path. It’s whatever comes out at that point. A song is never pushed into a direction. In ways, I think this is a record apart from the last record, but there are still certain aspects that they have in common. It’s always surprising to us, as we don’t know how it’s going to sound until we’ve written a few songs."

Jesse Lacey, Brand New lyricist and vocalist, talking about the band's stylistic progression on their third record[23]

Following their signing to Interscope, Brand New stopped touring to work on their third album and major label debut. In this time, little to no interviews or updates came from the band.[5] In 2004, Jesse Lacey told Chart magazine that he had written a "few songs" for the next album, commenting that "the other guys love it already". He made mention of the pressure he felt with the "loads of anticipation building up on my shoulders," saying that he even felt depressed because of this; "I'm getting depressed with all of the anxiety about the album and they say I write my best stuff when I'm in that state. Great, I'll spend the next six months all depressed and the rest of band will be excited, so that some good (material) might come out. And then I have to contend with how it's received." Lacey also said that the album would "move into new territory for Brand New".[9]

In late 2005, Brand New started recording their highly anticipated third album in Oxford, Mississippi with producer Dennis Herring, but later dropped him in favor of Mike Sapone with whom they had worked on their first album.[2]

"In one way it was kind of refreshing and motivating to know that people were still so interested and curious as to what we were up to in that period where we sort of disappeared. But I was also worried that it would derail the process because the four of us had created a pretty safe place where the only critics were ourselves. As much as we tried to shield ourselves from letting the leak affect us, it definitely did. There was a feeling of being robbed, after keeping everything so close to ourselves and then having it heard before it was completed."

Brand New guitarist Vincent Accardi speaking about the leak of the demos[24]

In January 2006, nine untitled demos recorded for the album were leaked to the Internet. In response to the leak, Garrett Tierney stated "I would say it did it in a good way 'cause so many people were curious to hear what we have been doing—and for the most part, the record tracks don't sound anything like the leaked demos." However, Lacey was not so upbeat when asked, saying, "For me it was different. It had me pretty down for a while. No one likes to show their creation in mid-process, and those songs weren't done. They were like blueprints. Just the plan, right? It put me in a state where I was under the impression that those songs had been wasted or something—that we had to go and write new things because those had been heard. Now, in retrospect, I want those songs to be on the album and many of them aren't, and I'm probably more to blame for that than anyone. This record already feels incomplete to me without those tracks and probably will forever."[24]

Jesse Lacey performing at the Starland Ballroom in June 2006.

In the following months, with Brand New doing their first tour dates in over 18 months, a few songs from the demos were performed with a full band, some were fleshed out and had new lyrics. New songs had their debut as well during the summer tour dates. Brand New began their first tour in years on June 20, 2006, where Lacey stated that the album had been completed the previous day.

Alternative Press published a preliminary date of October 10, 2006, as the album's release date, this was later corrected on the band's official website, when it was announced that the new album would be released on November 21, 2006 in North America, and the day before in Europe. Soon after, a track listing and cover art were revealed, as well as new information regarding the release of the first single – "Sowing Season". Having previously been leaked as a demo, the completed song began airing on radio on October 19, 2006, and appeared on their MySpace page a day later. According to Lacey in a radio interview from the UK (BBC Radio 1 with Zane Lowe), the title The Devil and God Are Raging Inside Me is taken from a conversation he had with his friend about the musician Daniel Johnston, who has bipolar disorder.[25]

In late December 2006, an unusual video was released for the instrumental track "Untitled", also known as "-", which mainly consists of a man spray painting a wall with "evil and good are raging Inside me" and correcting it to give the album title. On January 16, 2007, "Jesus" was announced as being the official first single from the album. On January 19, the band performed the song on Late Night with Conan O'Brien. They performed it again on February 26 on the Late Show with David Letterman.[26]

From January to June 2007, the band toured the United States, Europe, Canada, and Australia, including a headline slot on the UK's Give It A Name festival and playing the main stage at The Bamboozle festival. Despite the band's reluctance towards the press around the time of the release of the album, they were featured in Alternative Press, a cover story for Rock Sound, Kerrang!, and NME. The band went on tour for the fall of 2007, with openers Thrice and MewithoutYou. In early 2008, Brand New toured Australia and New Zealand on the Big Day Out festival.[27]

In October 2007, the band announced via their official website that a new song, entitled "(Fork and Knife)", would be released online on October 23, 2007. "(Fork and Knife)", a rerecorded version of the track formerly known as "Untitled 7" from the leaked demos, was released as a non-album digital download.

In March 2008, Brand New started their own record label, named Procrastinate! Music Traitors. The first act signed to the new label was longtime friend Kevin Devine.[28] The first release from the label was a reissue of the 2006 Kevin Devine album, Put Your Ghost to Rest,[29] in April 2008.

Daisy (2008–2011)[edit]

In October 2008, it was stated that Brand New was in the studio winding down their new record and were currently recording vocals.[30] Then in December, an update on Brand New's website announced that they had been in and out of the studio since about March, with roughly fifteen tracks to choose from.[31] The album was recorded over a 12-month period from March 2008,[32] with the band announcing in April 2009 that they had commenced mixing with Dave Sardy and that they hoped to release their fourth studio album in the summer of 2009,[31] with potentially, a summer tour to follow.[33] The release date was then delayed to October 2009. Which was announced during a live performance at the 2009 Glastonbury Festival, where Brand New played two new songs, tentatively titled "Bride" and "Gasoline".[34] The band played on the main stage at Reading and Leeds Festivals in August 2009, both performances at Reading Festival and Glastonbury Festival were filmed by the BBC however Brand New declined the BBC rights to broadcast either performance on television, or on the BBC website.[35][36]

In June 2009, UK music magazine Rock Sound, claimed on their website that they had received a copy of the upcoming album, though it was, according to an image later posted by the editor, "incomplete".[37] The site published a "tentative" track listing and reported the incomplete version that they had received to be roughly 30 minutes long.[38]

In an interview with Kerrang!, Jesse Lacey commented on the upcoming album's content, "It's a pretty exhausting record. It's quite dense and I think some of the decisions we made don't always go in the most obvious direction. We were thinking a lot more about what we'd want to play when we were up onstage rather than actually what you'd want to hear on a record." He then questioned the future of the band, saying, "I think a lot of the record is about us trying to make decisions about how long the band should go on. When I listened back to it, I realized how many songs are about something coming to a close, or knowing when it's time to put something away and move on."[32]

On July 7, it was announced that the album would be titled And One Head Can Never Die (to be typeset and one head can never die) and would be released through Interscope Records on September 22, 2009.[39] However, on July 9 it was announced on the band's website that the album title had been changed to Daisy, still being released on the same day.[31][40] The album's first single, "At the Bottom", was released through digital outlets on August 11, 2009.[41] Daisy saw vocalist Jesse Lacey step back from songwriting and giving the role to guitarist Vincent Accardi along with the other members of the band.[42]

Daisy debuted at number six on the Billboard 200 in the US, selling 46,000 records in what was their first top 20 entrance on the chart after The Devil and God Are Raging Inside Me had reached number 31.[43]

Brand New announced they would be bringing along Manchester Orchestra, Thrice, Glassjaw, Sybris, The Builders and the Butchers, and Crime in Stereo on selected/rotating dates of their headlining Fall North American tour.

On January 23, 2010, Brand New played their largest UK headline performance to date at London's Wembley Arena in front of 12,500 people. Support came from Glassjaw and Thrice.

When asked if rumours were true that Daisy would be the band's final release, Lacey replied "I don't think that will be true. It might be our last full-length record for a little while, but we've got a lot of things lined up that we want to record, so I think that will happen pretty soon."[44] In early 2010, drummer Brian Lane stated that Brand New were unsure about how they plan to release music in the future with technology being a factor; "I don’t know if there’s a point to releasing records if they’re not physical releases, if we're going to release a lot of things digitally then I don’t see why we couldn’t release a song a week or a song a month or just put out what we like from whenever we record." Lane also discussed the way the band may release their records in the future, "We’re talking about recording another album but we don’t know whether it’s going to come out on a label or whether we just release songs in batches."[45]

On April 28, 2010, at their show in Clifton Park, NY, it was announced that the band fulfilled their contract with Interscope Records, and were now unsigned.[46][47][48]

Recent Activity (2011–present)[edit]

In mid February 2011, Brand New updated their website with a background change, along with releasing 5 new tour dates from their Facebook feed. This is the first public activity shown from the band since the early days after the release of their album, Daisy. On April 26, Lacey announced at their Baltimore show that they have been writing material but have had difficulties as they are "tired of bumming you guys out. We’re trying to write something happy."

On June 16, 2011 Brand New stated that they will be touring the West Coast in September 2011.[49] Shortly thereafter, the band announced four New York and New Jersey dates in November and December, and the re-release of their debut album Your Favorite Weapon. On September 11, 2011 Brand New announced a UK tour with dates in February 2012.[50] On February 21, 2012, they were added to TheBamboozle to play on Sunday, May 20, headlining with Bon Jovi.[51]

In an interview during their 2012 UK tour, Jesse Lacey announced that the band had been working on new material since the release of their previous album, and had studio time booked for April 2012.[52] Talking about the musical direction they are heading in, Lacey stated: " I think that ‘Daisy’ was like the end of a road, and I get the impression we all feel like we might need to back track a little bit and find another place where we could’ve gone off. I don’t think we’ll go into writing this record from the standpoint of coming out of ‘Daisy’, and into the next thing, it will probably be more around album number two or three, where maybe we had another conception then of where we could have gone off, and maybe we‘ll try to re-discover that."[53]

In an interview with Jesse Lacey on extremenonchalance.com he stated the following regarding material for the new album.. "It’s funny…I joked a while ago that Brand New was going to make happy music. I mean I said it on stage one night and every one ran with it. I don’t think we’re going to write happy music though. We do sad bastard quite well (laughs). But we want our music to answer questions and the thing is that sometimes those questions are sad ones. We want to make new music with new answers but sometimes the questions are still sad ones and sometimes that is just a reality. Life is about accepting the hard parts like loss, and succeeding in society."[54]

Brand New was set to play on the main stage at the 2013 Reading and Leeds Festivals,[55] but regretfully announced on June 27 that "due to insurmountable personal issues, they have been forced to cancel their August European tour, including appearances at the Reading and Leeds Festivals.[56]

On July 11, 2013, Brand New's drummer, Brian Lane, gave an interview with DIY Magazine after the cancellation announcement of the European tour. In the interview Lane revealed that "there is Brand New stuff happening." [57]

On December 16, 2013, Brand New announced they will be playing a set at the Belgian festival Groezrock on May 2, 2014. On December 17, 2013, Brand New announced they will be performing 5 UK shows in April 2014 featuring dates in Glasgow, Southampton, Newcastle, London and Manchester. The band have further been announced as the headliners of the Hit The Deck one-day festival in 2014, held in Bristol (19th April) and Nottingham (20th April).

On May 25, 2014, Brand New played at the third installment of the Boston Calling Festival held at City Hall Plaza in Boston, MA.

On June 19, 2014, a new message was posted on the band's official website and included the following: "A lot has gone on the last few weeks. Some writing, some recording, some new gear, some studio building. We will update you more soon" [58]

As of July 2014, Brand New is currently scheduled for tour dates all over the U.S.--from Ohio to North Carolina.

Style and influences[edit]

Brand New is most often described as alternative rock,[59] indie,[5][60][61][62] and emo.[63][64][65][66] The band shares a strong interest in a wide variety of bands, from pop and classic rock such as The Beach Boys, Squeeze and The Cars, to more contemporary acts such as Weezer,[67] Lifetime, Foo Fighters,[68] Sunny Day Real Estate, Neutral Milk Hotel, Kevin Devine and Radiohead.[69] Frontman Jesse Lacey is also known for his fondness of The Smiths and Morrissey.[70]

Band members[edit]

Current members
  • Jesse Lacey – lead vocals, rhythm guitar (2000–present)
  • Vincent Accardi – lead guitar, backing vocals (2000–present)
  • Brian Lane – drums (2000–present)
  • Garrett Tierney – bass guitar, backing vocals (2000–present)
Past members
  • Derrick Sherman – keyboards, guitars, backing vocals (2005–2013)

Discography[edit]

Main article: Brand New discography
Studio albums

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