Jawbox Surprise Releases First New Recordings Since 1996

Beloved and influential Washington, D.C.-reared rock quartet Jawbox stunned fans today (July 8) by surprise-releasing its first new recordings since its final self-titled album in 1996. The Revisionist EP includes new renditions of “Grip” and “Consolation Prize” from Jawbox’s 1991 debut album Grippe as well as a cover of Wire’s “Lowdown.”

After splitting in 1997, Jawbox reunited for a one-off December 2009 performance on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon but didn’t perform in public again until a 2019 tour. Taped during rehearsals earlier this year, the new recordings are Jawbox’s first with guitarist Brooks Harlan, who stepped in for original member Bill Barbot last year.

Frontman J. Robbins says

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