Asbury Park’s The Extensions released their debut full-length album last Friday, June 9th via Mint 400 Records. The five-piece recorded the album, entitled High Charisma, with Derril Sellers from Mint 400 labelmates Lowlight. It was mixed by Frank Lettieri Jr. and mastered by Elaine Rasnake from Daughterboard Audio.
Prior to the album’s release, The Extensions has only put out a handful of singles and EPs so far, including 2019’s debut Bellicose EP and their last release, the scorching Live at House of Independents EP, which dropped earlier this year.
Singer Brian Erickson had the following to say about the themes behind the record:
“A lot of my writing is about the relationships we make and the contradictions behind them. We make and sever them; we appreciate them and take them for granted. Not just romance, but everything. This album adds the wrinkles of age, desire, and self-awareness.”
Stream the new album below and grab your copy of High Charisma today!