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It Only Takes One Good Take & Tune in AJJ’s “Goodbye, Oh Goodbye”

This is a folk/rock song about growing up…and Soylent.

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Photo: AJJ – Goodbye, Oh Goodbye (Official Video) YouTube. Unfortunately, Peter-Griffin-vs.-Chicken moment doesnt happen cus all the dudes decided to wear colorful shirts.

Made-In-Phoenix alternative quartet (never mind the chicken), AJJ, wraps up the pre-adulthood years of a black sheep in their song “Goodbye, Oh Goodbye.” Backed by a heavy instrumental arsenal, “Goodbye, Oh Goodbye” chants reflectively a point of departure from all those years of living oppressed under other people’s perceptions. Now, the video is a completely different story. It was gloriously shot in one take in some loft place in downtown LA. Officially brought to you by Soylent (if you go to their video, there’s a 50% off link to get your own stash of Soylent):

“Goodbye, Oh Goodbye” is from AJJ’s upcoming sixth record, The Bible 2, which will be out on August 19th. Formerly known as Andrew Jackson Jihad, AJJ embarked into the folk punk scene back in 2004 and became known for covering topics like humanity, religion, social anxiety, etc. As of now, the band has several tour dates coming up on August:

8/18 & 19 – Rebel Lounge (Phoenix, AZ, USA)

8/20 – 191 Toole (Tucson, AZ, USA)

8/21 – Teragram Ballroom (Los Angeles, CA, USA)

8/22 – Chain Reaction (Anaheim, CA, USA)

8/23 – Rock City Studios (Camarillo, CA, USA)

8/24 – Grange Hall (San Luis Obispo, CA, USA)

9/23 – Pygmalion Music Festival (Champaign, IL, USA)

10/28 – The Fest (Gainesville, FL, USA)

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