Joyce Manor: Million Dollars To Kill Me

Joyce Manor SKU: 36576678
Joyce Manor: Million Dollars To Kill Me

Joyce Manor: Million Dollars To Kill Me

Joyce Manor SKU: 36576678

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Title: Million Dollars To Kill Me
Artist: Joyce Manor
Label: Epitaph
UPC: 045778762224
Genre: Pop

Joyce Manor are back with the new album, Million Dollars To Kill Me. Frontman Barry Johnson along with co-founding guitarist Chase Knobbe, new drummer Pat Ware and longtime bassist Matt Ebert, wrote enough songs to fill a full-length, and then worked to get songs lifted from emails between Johnson and one of his musical hero Impossibles' guitarist/vocalist Rory Phillips, with whom he had been co-writing long distance, to match the ones written at full volume. "Bedroom charm versus live rock band," Johnson explains. Their next step was a new step: their first time recording outside their L.A. hometown, at Converge's Kurt Ballou's GodCity studio in Salem, MA. They recorded daily 10-to-6 and then slept right upstairs in bunk beds: "Kinda felt like camp," adds Johnson. "It was a pleasure - I would recommend it to anyone." If 2016's Cody was about growing up, then Million Dollars To Kill Me is about what happens next - the reckonings with love, money, doubt and confusion, and the hope that persists despite it all.

1.1 Fighting Kangaroo
1.2 Think I'm Still in Love with You
1.3 Big Lie
1.4 I'm Not the One
1.5 Million Dollars to Kill Me
1.6 Silly Games
1.7 Friends We Met Online
1.8 Up the Punx
1.9 Gone Tomorrow
1.10 Wildflowers
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