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Starflyer 59 Releases a New Single
Friday, 30 October 2015 04:34

"Like a Baby"

Released Friday, 30 October in the Year of Our Lord 2015.

Available on iTunes.

New Split Single
Tuesday, 29 September 2015 06:25

Flannelgraph Records has announced a new split single with Starflyer 59 on the a side and Mike Adams At His Honest Weight on the b side.


This is a limited release of 500 copies: 250 vinyls will be pressed in white, 250 in black, and will ship on Friday, October 30. The new album is available for preorder from Flannelgraph Records.

like-a-baby_backHere's the back side. Artwork is by

This is exciting news for all us SF59 fans. And there's still room for LP14, as hinted at on Twitter (see our previous news release).

Thanks to Jason & company for still making music!

LP14 Has Gone Beyond the Rumor Mill
Friday, 25 September 2015 05:56

If you browse our forum, you'll see lots of rumors and speculation about the next Starflyer 59 release. As a professional journalist, I cannot create an article about the new SF59 album for our main page unless there's something more credible, more trustworthy than the information presented in the forum.

My friends, today there's some official word, from the official Twitter account of Starflyer 59:


New Low & Behold Album
Wednesday, 23 September 2015 05:55

lowbeholdLow and Behold is the creative product of Ryan Clark (Demon Hunter and owner of Invisible Creature) and Jason Martin. The announcement from Northern Records says: "Low & Behold is the unlikely collaboration between Jason Martin (Starflyer 59) and Ryan Clark (Demon Hunter) - now 7 years in the making. Drawing from Starflyer’s signature brand of shoegaze, and injecting a healthy dose of 80's nostalgia, 'Uppers' is a study in classic darkwave. Reverb-drenched guitars and haunting vocals recall a raw aesthetic of sound pioneered by groups like The Sisters Of Mercy, Depeche Mode, and Echo & The Bunnymen."

Street Date: October 31st

It's slated for release on October 31. Should be a very happy Halloween, indeed.

 You can stream the entire album below.
Monday, 16 February 2015 04:28

In 2005, J. Martin and his guitar player Josh Dooley (MAP, Pony Express, Fine China) teamed up to create a songbook/fakebook of the entire Starflyer 59 back catalog up to that date.

It was entitled, "When I Learn to Sing."

It's been 10 years. has received permission to publish an electronic version of the book here on our website. See the new page, "When I Learn to Sing" Songbook, where you'll also find some commentary from Dooley about the chord changes he made for the book.

New Jason Martin Material?
Monday, 05 May 2014 11:59

good-morningFriday morning, David Bazan left an inspiring, cheeky message on his Instagram page: "Good morning, a**holes," along with this picture of an airplane. There was no hint or clue as to where David was flying, except for one comment left by user taniawalsh, "Excited you guys get to all be together today."

An historic event in the making, it seems. New David Bazan material?

A closer look at TW Walsh's Instagram profile on Saturday revealed the presence of Trey Many at this historical event. Take a look at this sure-to-be valuable photograph: 


And so it surfaces that they're borrowing Starflyer 59's drummer for this project. That's good, shows they have some real class.

But yesterday, Sunday, this photo surfaced on Facebook:


The caption for this photo? "RIFFS"

TW Walsh, David Bazan, Trey Many, and Jason Martin have convened in a studio. This writer thinks it's time to rejoice!

IAMACEO On Cassette
Friday, 22 February 2013 15:36

Flannelgraph Records will soon be releasing instrumental versions of IAMACEO on cassette.

cassetteYes, that's right. Cassette.

But it does come with a download code so all of us who aren't stuck in the 80's can actually listen to the music.

It's a limited run of 300 cassettes, so head on over to Flannelgraph Records and make your pre-order. It's only $5.59 (plus a small charge for shipping).

Thanks to JaredCheek for giving us the heads up in our discussion forum.

Image credit: Wikipedia

Friday, 25 January 2013 17:57

IAMACEO has been out for some time now, and there's lots of discussion that's been going on about it at our fan forum.

There were a lot more reviews for Changing of the Guard than there seem to be for IAMACEO. Could it be that Tooth and Nail's lackluster promotion of Changing of the Guard garnered more attention than a Kickstarter campaign that was 240% successful?

Regardless, IAMACEO has received positive press from both Down the Line and Jesus Freak Hideout. The overall reviews are very positive about the sound and lyrics, while noting that there is nothing new here, musically.

While that might be true, how many other musicians are still putting out quality albums 20 years later?

Come join the official "IAMACEO" thread at our unofficial fan forum.

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