"Signed by all members of the band, it’s a lasting legacy and a gift for fans."
Fans who pre-ordered The Screaming Jets’ new album, Professional Misconduct, are in for a pleasant surprise.
Every member of the band, including the late Paul Woseen, signed postcards for the CD and vinyl copies of the album ordered from the group’s website. Physical editions of the album will also arrive with a photographic insert honouring Woseen following his sudden passing.
“Wanted to let you know about something very special the band did a few weeks ago,” The Screaming Jets wrote on Facebook yesterday (29 September).
“Fans will be able to treasure a hand signed postcard with every ‘Professional Misconduct’ album (CD and vinyl) from our store. Signed by all members of the band, it’s a lasting legacy and a gift for fans. The album will also include a photographic insert honouring our Paully”.
Professional Misconduct will be released via Rocket Records next Friday, 6 October. You can pre-order your copy here.
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The Music described the first single as follows: “Produced by the powerhouse that is Steve James, The Screaming Jets sound at home in their latest old-school banger. With the bass up high in the mix, a stunning electric guitar tone, steady drums and, of course, the familiar, strong vocals from Dave Gleeson, the band sounds fresh and as rocking as ever. And the guitar solo? It’s great.”
We added about Second Chance, “Where the first single from the band’s new album is an old-school rock and roll banger with a guitar solo to boot, Second Chance finds The Screaming Jets in ballad territory. Gleeson brings his decades of experience fronting rock bands to a worn ballad that finds its protagonist trying again. Also featuring a tasteful guitar solo, it’s a mature song for The Screaming Jets in 2023.”
In addition to a new album, you can catch The Screaming Jets playing the new stuff and the classics on an expansive tour from November until February 2024. Tickets are available now from the Screaming Jets website.
The Screaming Jets will honour Woseen’s life and legacy at a private memorial service on Wednesday, 4 October. Fans will also get to honour the musician, with the band writing on social media, “We know many of you would have loved to be there too, so a recording of the Memorial will be made available for you all on the following days via The Jets socials.”