The Jauntee—featuring guitarist Caton Sollenberger, keyboardist Tyler Adams, bassist John Loland, and drummer Scott Ferber—are rising stars on the jam circuit, expanding their dedicated following in their hometown of Boston to a solid fan base across the country, earned in large part due to the band’s consistent, nationwide touring and standout live performances. To put it into perspective, The Jauntee performs over 100 shows a year, on average.
Today, the band has announced that they have a new album in the works, Always Never Knowing, which is due out on September 14th. Always Never Knowing attempts to mirror The Jauntee’s high-energy live performances. The Jauntee carved out time to record Always Never Knowing during the group’s two-night run at Cambridge, Massachusetts’ The Bridge Sound & Stage. With 16 tracks in total, the entire album was professionally recorded, mixed, and mastered by Alex Allison and Tom Waltz.
Recorded in Boston in front of an intimate, live audience, the new album offers the best of both worlds, with The Jauntee showing off their dynamic performances and outstanding improvisational abilities while also offering up nine previously unreleased, studio-quality tracks. In the time since, these new songs have become staples of their live show, quickly climbing to fan-favorite status and making for a must-hear collection of tunes.
You can pre-order The Jauntee’s Always Never Knowing on the band’s website here, before its formally released on September 14th. Plus, for those unfamiliar, make sure you check out The Jauntee’s Bandcamp here, which shows just how unforgettable the group’s live performances are.