Updated: Jan 7, 2022
This album just got even better.
Pop-punk artist jxdn has taken a wild ride since dropping his first single that went certified gold “Angels and Demons”, signing to Travis Barker’s label DTA Records, touring with Machine-Gun Kelly and headlining his own world tour, jxdn is not stopping any time soon. With mass success of jxdn’s debut album Tell Me About Tomorrow (peaked at #6 on Billboard’s Top Alternative Albums) and high demand for more U.S. shows for his Tell Me About Tomorrow world tour, the deluxe edition captures even more of what jxdn is all about.
Released on December 10 and following up from his catchy cover of Blink-182’s “Happy Holidays, You Bastards”, four bonus tracks are included in addition to the initial eighteen tracks on the previous album version. “Crack My Skull” features up-beat melodies and a chorus that’s amplified enough to remain on repeat. The music video is the perfect visual for the track that captures how the writer feels and embraces the full aesthetic. “Dead or Alive” enhances the total punk-rock perspective of hatred towards Los Angeles and Hollywood’s glamorous universe highlighting lyrics - “You’re spending money to lie, you’re social suicide.” Original Christmas track titled “Christmas Sucks” expresses heartbreak during the holidays and realizes that the holidays are not fun and joyful for everyone. “Lips” seals the deal on the ending with break-up lyrics that are all-too-relatable - “I’d do anything for this, this, this to be perfect, but I’m not worth it.” jxdn joked about the final track being about Travis Barker on Twitter who also produced the album.
In addition to the deluxe, due to high demand, jxdn has extended his headlining Tell Me About Tomorrow world tour in the following cities - Philadelphia, PA; Silver Spring, MD; Pittsburg, PA and Chicago, IL.
jxdn has stated about his success, “I couldn’t have gotten where I am without Tik Tok, but I’m NOT a Tik Tokker. I knew I had to showcase what I was really about, and showcase my authenticity.” With a unique approach to music and scoring mentors like Machine-Gun Kelly and Travis Barker, jxdn is not going anywhere anytime soon and we can’t wait to be along the ride for more of what’s to come.