Brian Fallon on the history of bands changing their sounds, the importance of track listings, and of utmost concern, the state of his mouth.
With harder vocals, gritty electric guitar and an ear grabbing drum beat that evokes the band’s energetic live show, “Rollin’ And Tumblin’” harkens back to the desperation heard in their 2007 debut Sink or Swim and the spirit which brought their 2008 followup The ’59 Sound into the mainstream.
When asked about their silliest thing they’d ever asked for on tour, Gaslight Anthem surprised us with their answer: A Gorilla suit.
Before heading in to the adjacent studio to perform an incredible acoustic performance of “45,” The Gaslight Anthem‘s Brian Fallon and Benny Horowitz sat down and chatted with KROQ’s Nicole Alvarez about one of today’s hottest […]
To celebrate the release of their new album Handwritten, New Jersey punk outfit The Gaslight Anthem has just signed on to play a live streaming concert webcast from the Ed Sullivan Theater as part of […]
The Gaslight Anthem are hard at work putting the finishing touches on their upcoming July 24 release, Handwritten. Produced by Brendan O’Brien, frontman Brian Fallon told CBS Local this is the New Jersey band’s most […]