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jxdn Discusses ‘When The Music Stops’ & More Exclusively On Gone Fishkin

jxdn idobi Radio Interview
[Photo by: Josiah Van Dien]
jxdn is set to drop his 17-track sophomore record When The Music Stops on June 28 via DTA Records which he reveals is a very important date to him during an exclusive interview with Fish on Gone Fishkin

Since the release of his debut record Tell Me About Tomorrow in 2021, jxdn has lived roughly 5000 different lives. He is determined for people to remember him in a certain way and wants to leave his mark on music.  

In an exclusive interview on idobi Radio with Fish, jxdn shares what went into the creative process of When The Music Stops, what he endured over the last few years, the importance of friendship, and the importance of using his voice for good. 

When talking about When The Music Stops, jxdn shares, “I really just wanted to try everything. There’s like shit that sounds like The Strokes, shit that sounds like Deftones, you know what I mean? There’s a lot of like indie records too as well. Every song that I made, I wasn’t thinking about if it was right or wrong. I just cared about how it made me feel. And all the songs on the album really make me feel something.


jxdn will be heading out on the When The Music Stops Tour with LØLØ and GUNNAR this summer. 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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