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#priyankachopra Recalling ‘TAYF’ 20th Anniversary Sunday With Gratitude: ‘The Album Means So Much To Everyone’ 1 Hour

Recalling ‘TAYF’ 20th Anniversary Sunday With Gratitude: ‘The Album Means So Much To Everyone’


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In an age of remastered pictures, remastered passages, and recorded disco music, Sunday is back no regrets leaving Tell all your friends alone. The alt-rock/punk band’s debut album turns 20 years old in 2022, and to celebrate, the group – John Nolan, Adam Lazzara, Mark O’Connell, and Shaun Cooper released a special re-release of the album, which included four previously unreleased demos. While some bands may see the anniversary as an opportunity to give songs a fresh coat of paint, John Nolan said. HollywoodLife that “we were never interested in doing that.”

“I think the flaws and imperfections in the album are part of what makes the album unique and draws people to it,” he said in an EXCLUSIVE interview. “Also, recording new music is much more fun and enjoyable than re-recording old songs.”

When asked about the reason Tell all your friends continues to exist two decades later, John said he’s not sure why the album continues to resonate with fans young and old. “We’re surprised and grateful that the album still means so much to people,” he said, “but it’s hard to know exactly why it does. I think it’s better to let people who aren’t in the band give an explanation.”

John do explain why the band chose which performance they did, whose songs they wanted to cover TAYFand the difference between “nostalgia” and “memorial”. The band is also wrapping up their tour with Third Eye Blind. The remaining dates can be found below.

Shaun Cooper, from left, Eddie Reyes, Mark O’Connell, Adam Lazzara and John Nolan from Take Back Sunday pose at the Rock On The Range Music Festival (Larry Marano / Shutterstock)

HollywoodLife: Facts Tell all your friends The performances are indispensable with the story Sunday Returns. Why did you choose these four – “Great Romans of the 20th Century”, “Green Channel”, “Bicycle Scene” and “Mutual Heads Club” – for the anniversary edition 20 years of TAYF?

John Nolan: We chose those four songs because they were the first songs that were written and recorded after the year we became Take Back Sunday. Even before we streamed them, we knew we were on to something special. And once we streamed them, the response was incredible. They are the songs that started it all for us.

Adam once said that “with Tell all your friends The 10 year shows, there’s a lot of nostalgia that happened, but the recent 20 year shows are more “anniversary”. What do you think is the difference between nostalgia and remembrance?

I think nostalgia involves some longing for the past and that’s just where our heads never were. It’s good to recognize milestones and celebrate them, but we’ve always done that while continuing to look to the future. Then and now, we’re more concerned with what happens next.

Why do you think this genre has survived over the past two decades? It might be a bit awkward to honk your own horn about this, but obviously Tell all your friends touch something. Why do these songs still excite people to this day?

I’m really not sure. We’re surprised and grateful that the album still means so much to everyone, but it’s hard to know exactly why it does. I think it’s better to let people who aren’t in the band provide an explanation.

Is there any temptation to edit any of these songs, to capture them in a 2022 lens? Making a “TBS version” of the album with more than twenty years’ experience and mastery”?

We were never interested in doing that. I think the flaws and imperfections in the album are part of what makes the album unique and draws people to it. Also, recording new music is much more fun and enjoyable than re-recording old songs.

Back Sunday in concert at the Bayfront Park Amphitheater (Larry Marano / Shutterstock)

While these anniversary projects often ask, “how has the band changed/evolved since then?” Here’s a question in reverse: what hasn’t changed with Take Back Sunday since its first recording and release? Tell all your friends?

We always follow our gut instincts. When you’re creating something or making a decision as a band, you get a sense of excitement or a feeling that something isn’t right. Those feelings don’t always correspond to what’s logically reasonable, but we always follow it logically.

One of the recent anniversary projects is Metallica’s Black Album, which included an edition featuring 53 artists covering songs from the record. Although not too much, but if you can choose 2-3 strips to give Tell all your friends handle the “blacklist”, which bands will you cover which songs?

I want to hear some bands that are very different from us and don’t necessarily have to be covered by the fans. Alike Fiery lips or Lier or someone like that. Bands can create completely new versions of songs. Possibly an instrumental cover of Explosion in the sky. That would be great.

In the end, how much closer do you get to the perfect song?

We just wrote it with Steve Aoki.

Redeem the tour date on Sunday (for the blind on Tuesday)
July 29 – Houston, TX @ White Oak Music Hall
July 30 – Del Valle, TX @ Germania Insurance Amphitheater
July 31 – Irving, TX @ The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory
8/1 – Oklahoma City, OK @ The Zoo Amphitheater
8/4 – Phoenix Federal Theater, AZ @ Arizona
8/5 – Inglewood Theatre, CA @ YouTube
11/8 – San Diego, CA @ Cal Coast Credit Union Amphitheater
December 8 – Las Vegas, NV @ Virgin Hotels Las Vegas
August 13 – Irvine, CA @ FivePoint Amphitheater

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