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Jesse LeBourdais streams new album “Grief/Intensity/Friendship”

Solo folk punk act Jesse LeBourdais is now streaming his new album Grief/Intensity/Friendship.

You can give it a listen below.

Grief/Intensity/Friendship was released on July 10th, 2017.



Jesse LeBourdais streams “Flames” off upcoming solo album “Grief/Intensity/Friendship”

 

Solo folk punk act Jesse LeBourdais is now streaming his new single, “Flames.” The singer brings rich vocals and a classic punk rock feel to the riffs; packing a punch through the use of singing, and chanting.

The track is set to appear on a full length coming later this year, titled “Grief/Intensity/Friendship.”

His most recent release was the full length album, Long Winter on October 1, 2014.

Check out “Flames” below!



Free Song Download: Jesse LeBourdais – “The Decine” (NOFX)

Vancouver singer/song-writer Jesse LeBourdais has posted a cover of NOFX‘s “The Decline.”

You can check it out below.

Long Winter was released on October 1st, 2014.



Jesse LeBourdais streams new song, announces Canadian tour dates

Vancouver singer/song-writer Jesse LeBourdais is streaming a new song titled “Things Will Get Better” off his upcoming album Long Winter. He has also announced Canadian tour dates.

You can check out the track and find info on the tour below.

Long Winter is set to be released on October 1st, 2014.



Jesse LeBourdais to release upcoming album “Long Winter” in September

Vancouver singer/song-writer Jesse LeBourdais, has announced that he will release his new solo album “Long Winter” in late September.

You can view the cover art above.

He last released a split with Jon Creeden through My Fingers! My Brain! Records.



Jesse LeBourdais launches IndieGoGo campaign to fund upcoming album

Vancouver singer/song-writer Jesse LeBourdais, formerly of Cambridge, he has started working on a new album and has launched an IndieGoGo campaign to fund it.

You can find details more details and contribute right here.

He last released a split with Jon Creeden through My Fingers! My Brain! Records.



Free Compilation: “Thunder Road” a folk-punk tribute to Bruce Springsteen

Anxiety Attack Recordings have released a new compilation album called Thunder Road.  The album is a folk-punk tribute to Bruce Springsteen and features Cactus VellaJon Creeden, Jesse LeBourdais, The Matchup, and more!

Give it a listen below, and if you like what you hear, you can download it for free.



Jon Creeden and Jesse LeBourdais (ex-Cambridge) stream new split “Home”

In the mood for some awesome Canadian acoustic punk rock? If so, you’ll be stoked to know we’re bringing you an exclusive stream of Ontario solo artist Jon Creeden‘s upcoming split with Jesse LeBourdais, former frontman of Vancouver skate punk act Cambridge!

You can stream “Home” in its entirety below. If you like what you hear, make sure to head over here to pre-order a copy of the split 7-inch, set to be released on December 10th through My Fingers! My Brain! Records.



Jesse LeBourdais to release split with Jon Creeden

Vancouver singer / song-writer Jesse LeBourdais, formerly of Cambridge, has announced that he will release a split with Jon Creeden sometime in November through My Fingers! My Brain! Records.

Jesse LeBourdais’ latest album “I Go By The Sound” was released in 2012. Jon Creeden’s latest album “Beards!” was released on September 6, 2013.



Jesse LeBourdais of Cambridge streams new EP

Today, Jesse LeBourdais of Vancouver, BC punk-rock act, Cambridge, began streaming his new EP titled “Old Glorie.”

Here is what was said about the release on Bandcamp:

Like so many others, Vancouver’s Jesse LeBourdais started his musical path in dirty punk bars, and sweat-soaked concert halls. Some of the songs from those days have stuck around in different forms and found new life outside of old bands. Old Glories features 2 new versions of old Cambridge songs, plus one previously unreleased song, breathing new air into old dust and proving that music can last as long as you hold onto it.

To stream the EP in full, click here.



Jesse LeBourdais posts music video for “Lost and Found”

Vocalist / guitarist Jesse LeBourdais of Vancouver, BC punk act Cambridge have posted the music video for his solo song “Lost and Found.”

You can watch the video here.

The song appears on his latest album “I Go By The Sound” which was released in 2012. You can also stream his entire solo discography here and Cambridge’s entire discography here.



Jesse LeBourdais (Cambridge) streaming new solo album “I Go By The Sound”

Vocalist / guitarist Jesse LeBourdais of Vancouver, BC punk act Cambridge is streaming his new solo album “I Go By The Sound” in its entirety.

You can give it a listen here.

You can also stream his entire solo discography here and Cambridge’s entire discography here.



Video: Jesse LeBourdais (Cambridge) plays new song “Take Me Home” in Toronto alley

Vocalist / guitarist Jesse LeBourdais of Vancouver, BC punk act Cambridge recently performed a brand new solo song “Take Me Home” in the alley around Bathurst and Queen in Toronto.

You can watch the video performance here.

You can also stream his entire solo discography here and Cambridge’s entire discography here. He will be releasing a new full-length solo album sometime in the near future.

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Jesse LeBourdais (Cambridge) streaming new “Little Mountain” EP

Last Month we reported that Vocalist / guitarist Jesse LeBourdais of Vancouver, BC punk act Cambridge would release a 2 song EP entitled “Little Mountain.”

Well yesterday it was released and you can stream it in it’s entirety here.

He released his latest solo album “The Worst Kind of Ambition”  in 2009 and it can be streamed here. You can also stream Cambridge’s entire discography here. He will be releasing a new full-length solo album later this year.



Singer Jesse LeBourdais (Cambridge) to record new EP “Little Mountain” and new full-length

Vocalist / guitarist Jesse LeBourdais of Vancouver, BC punk act Cambridge has announced that he will be recording a new 2 song solo EP entitled “Little Mountains,” which he hopes to have out before the start of his tour in March / April. He’s also going to be working on a new full-length album later this year.

He released his latest solo album “The Worst Kind of Ambition”  in 2009 and it can be streamed here. You can also stream Cambridge’s entire discography here.