Don’t Worry, a Jeff Rosenstock Live Album Is Now Available for Pre-Order

The recording of a recent 29-track set at Bowery Ballroom comes with a 76-page book of photos by Hiro Tanaka.

If it seems like Jeff Rosenstock has been touring non-stop since releasing his sophomore LP We Cool? in 2014, that’s probably because he has been—between releasing two celebrated follow-ups, launching Antarctigo Vespucci with Chris Farren, and writing music for Cartoon Network’s Craig of the Creek, the former Bomb the Music Industry! frontman, renowned worrier, and punctuation enthusiast Rosenstock has spent the past five years on the road delivering his up-front punk anthems and overwhelmingly positive energy to a steadily growing fanbase.

While it’s hard to capture the energy of his band Death Rosenstock’s live shows, news of his first live album with his band is still plenty of cause for excitement. The Jack Shirley–recorded Thanks, Sorry! documents a recent homecoming set at NYC’s Bowery Ballroom, featuring a setlist comprised of songs from all four of his solo LPs, along with seventy-six pages of stunning photographs taken by photographer and collaborator Hiro Tanaka, whose work graces a number of Rosenstock’s album covers. 

Available digitally this Friday, the record is set to be shipped out before December through Rosenstock’s own Really Records, with the assistance of Death Rosenstock’s label Polyvinyl. You can snag a copy it here.


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