Listen to the heartfelt, acoustic-driven rock songs that fill Angels Fall’s debut album Yesterday’s Gone and the intentions of the music’s creator, singer-songwriter Joel Jorgensen, are crystal clear. “My goal is for people to attach a memory to the songs when they hear them, because that’s what music did for me when I was younger,” Jorgensen explains. “It would become part of me; part of a situation. Now, when I listen to Alice In Chains’ Unplugged album, it takes me way back to hanging out at keg parties in the mountains in Colorado, playing those songs on my guitar. It’s powerful when music has that kind of effect.” As frontman for the Los Angeles-based rock band Angels Fall, Jorgensen will have plenty of opportunity to help his listeners create their own memories when Epic Records releases Yesterday’s Gone. Produced by Mike Flynn (The Fray, Augustana) and Warren Huart, and co-produced by Jorgensen, Yesterday’s Gone is a showcase for Jorgensen’s rich, emotionally transparent voice, melodic gifts, and keen lyrical insights about love and the human condition on songs like first single “Drunk Enough,” “Call On Me,” “Good Bye To You,” and the title track. “I really like writing about love,” Jorgensen says. “Everybody falls in and out of love. Everybody loves their lover and hates their lover. There's a lot to say. And I’m drawn to writing about love in context of the past. Every song serves as a bit of closure for each situation i...
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