"The record we're going to call Handwritten is all supposed to be a letter to whoever's listening," Gaslight Anthem frontman Brian Fallon says in the exclusive video below. "This is what we got beat up by and maybe you did too."
For the band's fourth album, which is expected to be their highest-charting to date, Fallon took a no-computers-allowed approach to songwriting, putting pen to paper -- in this case a marble notebook -- to make sure every word mattered to him.
If The Gaslight Anthem was ever thinking of evolving, now would be a good time. The final two songs on the band’s last album, 2010’s American Slang, hinted that frontman Brian Fallon was willing to pull punches as well as pump fists... Read Post
Gino DePinto, AOL Brian Fallon is exhausted. The Gaslight Anthem singer is running on two hours of sleep when he shows up at Spinner's New York office on the release day of his band's fourth album, Handwritten. Later that night, the... Read Post