JXDN announces anticipated new album, ‘WHEN THE MUSIC STOPS’ out June 28th

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JXDN, signed by Travis Barker’s DTA Records, recently dropped his first single, “WHAT THE HELL,” from his upcoming album, WHEN THE MUSIC STOPS, slated for release on June 28th. This marks his return since his 2021 album, Tell Me About Tomorrow, with JXDN sharing how this hiatus has influenced his new music.

The title of his upcoming album reflects a profound personal experience. JXDN described how, when he paused his music career, he encountered a silence he had never imagined. Reflecting on his journey since his last album, he revealed that he had faced incredibly challenging times going to hell and back is how he describes it. However, despite these struggles, fragments of music would emerge, gradually drawing him back and ultimately helping him persevere.

He is ready for a new chapter and looking to the future with his upcoming album, which is co-produced by Travis Barker and Andrew Goldstein, JXDN’s WHEN THE MUSIC STOPS delves deeper into the pop-punk genre and boasts a total of seventeen tracks. The album’s title track, which was released earlier this year, is among them.

Fans can now pre-order WHEN THE MUSIC STOPS now here.

Full Tracklist:
1. LOST ANGEL INTERLUDE
2. CANDLES
3. STRAY
4. SAD OCTOBER
5. WHAT THE HELL
6. IT MUST SUCK TO KNOW YOU
7. SH!T
8. EMPTY ROOMS
9. WHAT CAN I SAY
10. STRANGER
11. JUST LET GO
12. WRECK ME
13. YOU NEED SOMEONE I JUST HAPPENED TO BE THERE
14. HOW FAR
15. WET DREAM (IT’S YOU)
16. DRUGS
17. WHEN THE MUSIC STOPS

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