New York City Patch: Drunken Logic’s Jake Cassman Heads on December Tour

“Our music is very ornately arranged – our full band lineup is so talented that you have a several really powerful musical voices all working together. Stripping down these songs to just one instrument and voice brings the energy down a little bit, but also really lets the song and lyrics shine through. I just hope I can do justice to these songs and the brilliant musicians who recorded them.”

https://patch.com/new-york/new-york-city/drunken-logics-jake-cassman-heads-december-tour

The Noise Boston – The Exhilarating Effects of DRUNKEN LOGIC

“Sometimes things just fall together in the right way and you find yourself in a band where the sum of the parts may be greater than the whole; and you make great music cooperatively. Case in point: Jake Cassman (piano and vocals), Austin Wells (lead guitar and vocals) and Ryan Jordan (rhythm guitar, keys, mandolin and vocals), as individually talented a trio as you can find today in New England.”

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Medium: Jake Cassman of Drunken Logic Gets Logical

“That night when I was in bed, I suddenly had this vision for the “What A Beautiful Morning!” video. I stayed up through the morning writing and researching, coming with a concept and outline for it…I’d never gone completely sleepless because of artistic inspiration before, so I knew this was an idea worth chasing.”

https://medium.com/@AmyGaron/interview-jake-cassman-of-drunken-logic-gets-logical-be7ba71680d3#.fntsrveuq

Vanyaland – Anti-Trump series 30 Days, 30 Songs stays local with Drunken Logic’s ‘What a Beautiful Morning!’

“‘Of ‘What a Beautiful Morning!’, a song indebted to sunny ’60s pop-rock, the band writes that it was ‘written from the perspective of someone who mourns an idyllic vision of the U.S. in the 1950s and early ’60s — an era of safety and stability, at least in his mind. The song’s accompanying video uses existing footage from the era to suggest that this vision was never truly a reality, and was brutally withheld from millions of people.’

At least now, in 2016, our reality isn’t so blurred.”

Anti-Trump series 30 Days, 30 Songs stays local with Drunken Logic’s ‘What A Beautiful Morning!’

30 Days, 50 Songs

“‘What A Beautiful Morning!’ is written from the perspective of someone who mourns an idyllic vision of the U.S. in the 1950s and early ’60s — an era of safety and stability, at least in his mind. The song’s accompanying video uses existing footage from the era to suggest that this vision was never truly a reality, and was brutally withheld from millions of people.”

http://www.30days30songs.com/48