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Brandon Boyd of Incubus – The Wild Trapeze

7th Jul 10 (Wed) Leave a comment Go to comments

Incubus is heading back into the studio… but this just in…

With a career that’s spanned almost two decades, six albums, a handful of EP’s and DVD’s and a Greatest Hits album which has chronicled it all under his belt as lead singer of the multi-platinum selling band Incubus, Brandon Boyd just released his first solo album entitled, The Wild Trapeze. It’s available for fairly cheap ($10 on CD) with instant download at www.thewildtrapeze.com. The album is also exclusively available digitally on iTunes, et cetera…

Per Brandon…

“This group of songs was born of a very different process than the many my band and I have been employing for our almost two decades at work now. The Wild Trapeze began as pot induced meanderings on my dusty acoustic guitar while Incubus was off of the road, and has slowly been morphing into things that I originally could never have imagined.  So much of my identity, both personally and creatively has been attached to and related to Incubus. For better or worse! And I do believe that every person in every corner of the world asks themselves at some point on their ride, ‘Who am I…today?’ The Wild Trapeze is an exercise in self reliance.”

Lofty… I’m sure he’s biased. ;) I’m downloading it now… looking forward to it…

~Dan – np: George HrabTrebuchet

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  1. sayitinasong
    24th Jul 10 (Sat) at 12:54 am

    I like it. The album feels very intricate and intimate. So many times solo efforts are a bit lame- or self-indulgent. Not this one.

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