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Twenty years after Steve Taylor's last studio album, he's taking a sabbatical from filmmaking to record all new music with a new band.
Twenty years after Steve Taylor's last studio album, he's taking a sabbatical from filmmaking to record all new music with a new band.
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"Am I In Sync (Missing Link Version)" sneak preview!


Because we want you to hear it first:

P.S. See us in LA tonight for our 6pm early show with Danielson & The Nine Fruit Tree! 

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    1. Jason Tovey on April 3, 2015

      I have a request that should be easier than reimagining and re recording old favorites: how about FLAC downloads of Sync and 45?

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      Nate Jones on April 3, 2015

      Absolutely amazing!

    3. Steve Taylor 3-time creator on March 31, 2015

      Hey everybody — thanks for your kind posts! And to answer David's question, we will send a link via Kickstarter asap so you can hear the Donald Miller interview.
      Packing up in L.A. for a very long flight to Australia...

    4. Ian Harvey on March 31, 2015

      Really enjoyed that! Words still have an impact!

    5. David Faulkner on March 31, 2015


      I went to iTunes UK this morning and found the deluxe album. However, I can't download the Donald Miller conversation/secret track or the digital booklet separately from re-buying the entire album. Is there any way we Kickstarter backers can obtain these without having to make a full second purchase?


    6. Darrin Opdycke on March 31, 2015

      So very cool! Thank you man

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      Thomas F Kennedy on March 30, 2015

      Great version, thanks for sharing!

    8. Richard Bingle on March 30, 2015

      Not downloadable?

    9. Mark Strand on March 30, 2015

      Once again, greatness! Wish I were in LA. Will try to catch you again in the near future.

    10. Evon Zundel on March 30, 2015

      Loved the original, lovin this fresh squeezed version!

    11. April Swift on March 30, 2015

      LOVED hearing this live in Seattle last Thursday. I haven't been able to get it out of my head all week. SO MUCH AWESOME!

    12. Blake Hill on March 30, 2015

      So great. I no longer want to kick in the face the person who accused me of having a "case of the Mondays."

      And I emphatically second the request for an updated "Jim Morrison's Grave"

    13. pudgenet on March 30, 2015

      I already heard it first, Thursday night! :)

    14. Dan Moore on March 30, 2015

      This is so good! I want to hear a new album first, but now that you're two songs in I would Kickstart "Steve Taylor & The Perfect Foil - Meltdown" in a heartbeat.

      (David's list is pretty great too, though I preferred Down Under to Under the Blood and since there's already that great Fleming & John cover of Harder to Believe I'd be up for A Principled Man...)

    15. David Williams on March 30, 2015

      Guys, this is amazing!

      More please. I love the new stuff, but I'd love to hear this crew perform some of the old stuff as well.

      We Don't Need No Color Code
      This Disco
      On The Fritz
      What Is The Measure of Your Success
      Since I Gave Up Hope
      Jim Morrison's Grave
      Harder To Believe
      Under the Blood

      I think that every single one of those songs are as relevant today as they were back then. I would just love for you to give it the same treatment you did Am I In Sync. I am sitting here, ready to commit the same $50 for a vinyl copy of this that I spent on Goliath.

    16. Dennis Maione on March 30, 2015

      Simply amazing ... even better than the original (I never liked that crazy synth player).

    17. Dan Siddons on March 30, 2015

      YEEEESSS! Where can we download the Deluxe version of Goliath?

    18. Mark Buckman on March 30, 2015

      and the love just keeps coming.... Thanks for sharing...

    19. Bill Cozadd on March 30, 2015

      Wow!!! Love it!