If 2015 was the year of Lemonymous, 2016 will be the year of Neon Apocalypse, as Ender Bowen’s debut album is going to get a 15th Anniversary Reissue! Details are still emerging, but for a taste on how the updated, remixed and remastered songs are sounding, check out this nearly-complete remaster of “Echo Papa”.
“I haven’t got a specific release date yet,” says Bowen, “because I’m also working out details for the new album that I’ve been promising for over a year now. But unlike what I did with Lemonymous, my plan for Apocalypse is to essentially put out all the new mixes of the songs weekly as they get finished. That way folks can see how it’s coming along.”
There will also be an additional CD’s worth of songs – mainly acoustic versions and completely alternate takes that were done for some of the songs, but were never released, in 2005. This secondary CD will not be sold separately – it will all be part of one package.
Crowdfunding will most likely be done via PledgeMusic.
Stay tuned for more details as they emerge.