Juicebox Vol 1, Side H, Track 4: “Please Release Me” by University Drive.

University Drive performs “Please Release Me” off of their new album Clear for this week’s Juicebox. With vocal recordings laid throughout, Ed experiments with utilizing them as a sort of backup vocals by weaving them in between his verses. At times it appears like the track is driven by the recordings as much as it is by the band. The band takes the grief and confusion attributed to tragedy and transforms it into a work of art, a piece that is meant for anyone going through tribulations as much as it is for themselves. See “Please Release Me” on this week’s Juicebox.

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Recorded March 10, 2019

Justin Goreschak // Producer, Technical Director
David Lange // Creative Director, Cinematographer, Editor
Joe Kane // Coordinating Producer, Recording Technician
Teresa Whitehouse // Camera Operator, Assistant Editor
Melissa Short // Production Assistant, Lighting Director
Louis Balzani // Camera Operator
AJ Lanieski // Production Assistant

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