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What Is Home To You

The band’s first full length LP since their debut Union Glory 4 years ago. It is also the first record they made together as a band without use of an outside producer. While the record feels a bit darker than previous releases it still possess the glimmer of hope we all need to get through life. The songs pay homage to all the bands influences and styles that have had critics wondering where to classify them for years. Whittled down from approximately 15 tracks to the 8 presented, the band believes this is a collection of songs that tells a story and won’t have you reaching for the skip button.

Released 11 November 2014

Produced, written and conceived by OldJack
Recorded by Pat DiCenso @ Q Division
Letters and Whistle recorded by OldJack at Critters and Vermin
Mixed by Sean McLaughlin@ 37′
Mastered by Tom Waltz @ Waltz Audio
Guest appearance by Jess Collins & Noel Coakely
Lemon Merchant Records

Check out the debut full length from OldJack today on iTunes, Spotify, Oldjack.bandcamp.com and more!


 

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White Label Single Series

A series of white label singles for our fans. We produce only 100 hand numbered discs that are free at the show they are released at.
Tracks include Take A Bow, Radio, and Summertime
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Released 30 March 2012

OldJack New EP

Maxi-Single

Tracks include:
Hey Miss
Parade
Intro (Make Up Your Mind Bonus)
Make Up Your Mind
Released 21 October 2011

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Gone Before You Know

OldJack’s second EP Gone Before You Know was released February 2011 and produced by Universal artist (and Boston’s own!) Will Dailey. Download complimentary MP3s at Bandcamp below. Use the share link to help spread the word about OldJack’s old soul rock and roll!

Released 17 February 2011


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Union Glory

The debut EP from OldJack featuring:

Bonus
Shine
Fade
Love Me Or
Stay
Memory
Freight Train
Used To Play

Released 30 October 2009

 

"Gone Before You Know transports the audience to much warmer climates and back 30 years in the space of a few moments."
~ Ryan Spaulding, Ryan's Smashing Life