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#TheEarlyNovember #Podcast #Lilac AltPress presents a history lesson of sorts of the acclaimed New Jersey #emo band with a new interview from frontman Ace Enders, as well as a 2008 podcast with #AP founder Mike Shea revealing how the singer was feeling post-breakup. In 2008, the Early November’s #AceEnders stopped by #AltPress to discuss the reasons and ramifications of his band ending. In this podcast with AltPress founder Mike Shea, the frontman discusses how he believed in the friendships with his bandmates more than he did the context of them continuing as music-makers. For about half the duration of the podcast interview, Ace Enders focused on the minutiae that originally ended the Early November. He speaks on how they broke up and how they were adamant on never reconvening, barring perhaps a one-off surprise show. Enders affably discusses the bitterness that had formed within the band during their original tenure. He even shares how the edict was laid down at a local diner they often frequented to conduct band business in the EN’s early days. (Enders found the locale to be highly appropriate as a psychic bookend for both his and the band’s history.) He reveals how the band’s career had abruptly turned from an upward trajectory to treading water and the occasional misdirected anger that comes with the situation. He goes on to discuss his post-November plans. From his solo vehicle I Can Make A Mess Like Nobody’s Business to the responsibilities of being present for his wife and child, Enders comes off as excited but concerned about what his future could bring. Make sure to Subscribe! And tap the bell so you NEVER miss a video: https://bit.ly/2LOLGK5 Visit AltPress – https://ift.tt/2qzxFY5 FACEBOOK – https://ift.tt/1Y1Ulq4 TWITTER – https://twitter.com/altpress/ INSTAGRAM – https://ift.tt/2mqzR2w GET OUR NEWEST ISSUE – https://ift.tt/1L1NcDL THE EARLY NOVEMBER TWITTER – @ynov/ THE EARLY NOVEMBER INSTAGRAM – @ynovember/ THE EARLY NOVEMBER FACEBOOK -https://ift.tt/36bG2ZD by Alternative Press

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#TheEarlyNovember #Lilac #TheRoomsTooCold Ace Enders offers the Ever So Sweet History of The Early November in 2004 in this APV Exclusive interview. WhenThe Early November frontman #AceEnders came in front of the #APTV cameras, he reminisced about his past and the impetuousness of his youth. “#FallOutBoy were probably one of our best friends,” reveals Enders. “We toured a lot with them in those years. We were very close with them: We would do skating rinks, we would do VFWs, sleep at people’s houses. Whatever DIY-booked places, we’d play. It was a really cool time. More importantly, he discusses the new leases his band have, both to live and to give. “Now it’s a much different thing,” he reveals. “Instead of people being 16 who are finding out about us, people who are finding out about us now are in their late twenties. It’s a different world, but I still try and be thoughtful in connecting with them. Everything I do [in public] affects everything I do [musically]. You put social media into that, and it’s a crazy thing.” Enjoy this retrospective history of the Early November in 2004, honest and unvarnished, from your friends at APTV. Make sure to Subscribe! And tap the bell so you NEVER miss a video: https://bit.ly/2LOLGK5 Visit AltPress – https://ift.tt/2qzxFY5 FACEBOOK – https://ift.tt/1Y1Ulq4 TWITTER – https://twitter.com/altpress/ INSTAGRAM – https://ift.tt/2mqzR2w GET OUR NEWEST ISSUE – https://ift.tt/1L1NcDL THE EARLY NOVEMBER TWITTER – https://twitter.com/theearlynov/ THE EARLY NOVEMBER INSTAGRAM – https://ift.tt/38hppxp THE EARLY NOVEMBER FACEBOOK -https://ift.tt/36bG2ZD #ap #altpress #alternativepress #aptv #theearlynovember #2004 #emo #themotherthemechanicthepath #falloutboy #fromunderthecorktree #nostalgia by Alternative Press