Former Something Corporate and Jack’s Mannequin frontman Andrew McMahon—now going under the guise Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness—performed two new songs recently: “Cecilia And The Satellite” and “High Dive.” It looks like these tracks will be part of his new Wilderness solo endeavor. Check out video of both songs below via photographer Amy Lane, and let us know what you think of the new sound.
Also, if you missed it, read McMahon’s statement on the new Wilderness project:
"I’ve always thought of music as a mirror to the adventure of living. Over the last 14 years I have lived many lives and had the opportunity to play stages around the world in various incarnations. At times I’ve performed simply as Andrew McMahon but mostly as Jack’s Mannequin and Something Corporate. As I embark on yet another musical adventure, I will be traveling with my band to many of those same stages, this time as “Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness”. I suppose my wilderness is mostly an abstract one. Since putting Jack’s behind me, I have forced myself into strange spaces seeking new stimulus. New lights on the path to the high of a finished song. Since getting off tour last summer this pursuit intensified. From more than one Southern California garage, to a cabin set deep in Topanga Canyon, to a shoebox studio in the thick of the Hollywood tourist traps, the only constants have been my keyboard and a desire to make my best music. I’ve met amazing people in the process; people who have propped this mission up, adding a palate of sound and perspective. This new name carries with it the spirit of that collaboration. As my fans, you have seen me through many transitions. From a misunderstood pop band in a punk world, to a man in transit sent spinning through illness and recovery. We’ve seen each other through a lot. We met me in the pop underground, I hope to see you in the wilderness. More big news to come…stay tuned"
“Cecilia And The Satellite”:
If you missed it, watch McMahon recently performing the Jack's Mannequin album Everything In Transit.