Listen to Aaron Sprinkle – Invincible (feat. Elle Puckett) by Tooth & Nail Records #np on #SoundCloud
Aaron Sprinkle’s new album Water & Guns (two of my favorite things!) releases 9/30/2013
…Aaron’s considerable chops, diverse tastes, well-rounded experience and technical knowhow as leader of his own groups like Poor Old Lu and Fair have informed the contributions he’s made to the countless albums treasured by fans around the world, from platinum selling acts like the worshipful wordsmith Jeremy Camp to critically acclaimed “band’s band” outfits like the pioneering Acceptance. Groups like Demon Hunter, whose devoted following regularly tattoo the band’s symbols and lyrics on themselves, count Aaron as something of an extra “member” due to his long-running and deeply rooted participation in their careers. Dipping his hands into indie releases from Damien Jurado, Eisley and Pedro The Lion and going full-bore into his solo albums (playing almost every instrument imaginable), any level of participation from Aaron Sprinkle will guarantee a vibrant piece of art.
Water & Guns Track List
- Can’t Last Forever
- Whisper Something
- Giving Up The Gun
- Heat Stroke
- I’ve Missed You
- River Of Lead
- Later On
- Turn Around
- Washboard Road
Aaron Sprinkle has been busy producing bands (Anberlin, Relent K) and playing in FAIR, so he hasn’t released a solo album since 2008’s Bareface. But he has a new solo album coming Oct 1
My solo record release date is Oct 1!
Here is a sample of his solo work:
Aaron Sprinkle’s band Fair is coming out with a new album….
Fair’s new album “Disappearing World” will be available in stores and online February 9th! When Fair debuted with 2006’s The Best Worst-Case Scenario, the indie rockers were immediately heralded as an innovative buzz band known just as much for sophisticated songwriting as infectious appeal. In the four years between that underground blockbuster and the brand new “Disappearing World,” members Aaron Sprinkle (vocals, guitar), Erick Newbill (guitar), Joey Sanchez (drums, percussion) and Nick Barber (bass) haven’t just refined that celebrated formula, but threw some musical and lyrical curve balls into the already alluring atmosphere.
Check out more details on the album page and stay tuned for new music and more!
Friday, October 31, 2008
NEW SONGS are starting to surface…
Current mood: SPOOOOOOKY.
Category: SPOOOOOOKY. Music
This has been a good week. As time marches on, so do we… and this week we actually saw some of the songs on the new record get DONE. DONE, I said. Two of them have already been sent down to our trusty engineer JR McNeely in Nashville to mix. We say this a lot, but there are a large number of you we need to thank just for hanging in there with us. I promise that this record will be worth the wait. As these songs finish themselves the four of us are sitting back very pleased… Themes are emerging… We have things to say with this record that we hope you’ll identify with. How’s it sound? At this point I’d say it sounds a bit darker… More dynamic. We’re trying new things. More piano. More open spaces. Less polished. More like what we’re like. It sounds like we thought Fair would sound when we started this band. Not much longer and you’ll be able to decide for yourself.
Erick… for FAIR