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jxdn Launches Sophomore LP ‘WHEN THE MUSIC STOPS’

jxdn Spring 2024
[Photo by: Harry Toohey]

The wait is over! jxdn‘s sophomore studio album, WHEN THE MUSIC STOPS, is officially out via DTA Records. Featuring singles “WHEN THE MUSIC STOPS,” “WHAT THE HELL,”  “STRAY” and “SAD OCTOBER,” the new record sees the young artist exploring new avenues of adventurous rock riffs, pop-punk choruses, and more.

Along with the album’s release, jxdn released a music video for “JUST LET GO,” a sunny indie pop-infused track. It just might be your song of the summer. Check out the new track below and secure your LP here.

“‘WHEN THE MUSIC STOPS’ is my love letter to rock music and my outward expression of inner healing. This album is raw, intentionally diverse, and personal,” jxdn says. “I couldn’t have created it without Travis Barker [and] Andrew Goldstein, who have been instrumental in my development as an artist. Thank you for the patience.”

He continues, “This project marks the beginning of my career; everything before was the prequel. I’m grateful for the connection I’ve cultivated within myself. Music saves and changes me daily. It is not just a sound; it is who I am. I am music. You are music. We are music.”

Finally, the artist adds, “I hope you close your eyes and listen to the feelings these songs evoke. Understand that this is just a glimpse of what’s coming. Rock [and] roll will save the world. It has saved me countless times, especially when I couldn’t save myself.”

jxdn WHEN THE MUSIC STOPS Album Artwork
[When The Music Stops Artwork]

jxdn will be hitting the road for the When The Music Stops Tour with LØLØ and GUNNAR this summer, kicking off on July 4. His touring dates are below, and you can grab tickets to see him live here.

Tour Dates:

  • July 4—Milwaukee, WI @ Summerfest*
  • July 6—Minneapolis, MN @ First Avenue^
  • July 7—Chicago, IL @ Concord Music Hall^
  • July 9—Detroit, MI @ Saint Andrew’s Hall^
  • July 10—Pittsburgh, PA @ Stage AE^
  • July 12—Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Steel^
  • July 13—Boston, MA @ Royale^
  • July 14—Washington, DC @ 9:30 Club^
  • July 17—Atlanta, GA @ Buckhead Theatre^
  • July 19—Houston, TX @ White Oak Music Hall^
  • July 20—Dallas, TX @ The Factory in Deep Ellum^
  • July 22—Denver, CO @ Gothic Theatre^
  • July 24—Salt Lake City, UT @ The Complex^
  • July 26—San Francisco, CA @ The Regency Ballroom^
  • July 27—Los Angeles, CA @ The Belasco^
  • Sept. 12—Paris, FR @ Bataclan
  • Sept. 13—Antwerp, BE @ Trix
  • Sept. 14—Hamburg, DE @ Fabrik
  • Sept. 16—Copenhagen, DK @ Amager Bio
  • Sept. 18—Berlin, DE @ Huxleys Neue Welt
  • Sept. 20—Utrecht, NL @ TivoliVredenburg
  • Sept. 23—Madrid, ES @ La Riviera
  • Sept. 24—Barcelona, ES @ Razzmatazz
  • Sept. 26—Milan, IT @ Fabrique
  • Sept. 28—Munich, DE @ Tonhalle
  • Sept. 29—Cologne, DE @ Live Music Hall
  • Oct. 2—London, UK @ O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire
  • Oct. 3—Bristol, UK @ O2 Academy
  • Oct. 5—Newcastle, UK @ NX Newcastle
  • Oct. 6—Glasgow, UK @ O2 Academy
  • Oct. 7—Manchester, UK @ O2 Ritz
  • Oct. 9—Dublin, IE @ 3Olympia Theatre

* Festival performance: jxdn and LØLØ only.
^With LØLØ & GUNNAR as support.

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