Patrick Stump’s ‘Soul Punk’ Pushed Back To Summer, Will Drop EP Next Week

Feb 16th, 2011 // 3 Comments

We’ve been anticipated a cappella impresario Patrick Stump’s solo album ever since he announced he was recording one in January 2010. Word today, though, is that his debut as a solo artist, Soul Punk, has been pushed back to the summer, while a 6-song digital EP titled Truant Wave will be available for download on iTunes on February 22. Details and track listing below.

“Formal album releases take so much time to prepare, so I’d like to announce the release of Truant Wave, a digital EP I’ve put together of songs I felt strongly about but didn’t have place for within the narrative of Soul Punk,” Stump said in a statement.

“Having recorded Soul Punk as the sole performer and writer, creating Truant Wave also presented a welcome opportunity for me to work with some of my gifted friends on my solo material.”

Patrick Stump – Truant Wave EP Track List:

“Porcelain” (feat. Alph-A-Bit)
“Spotlight” (Oh Nostalgia)
“Cute Girls” (feat. Om’mas Keith)
“Love, Selfish Love”
“As Long As I Know I’m Getting Paid”
“Big Hype” (feat. D.A. of Chester French and Driis)

Listen to Patrick play some of these tracks live for Rolling Stone here.

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  1. Very nice, I am a big fan of Patrick Stump. I think the beats that the man uses are simply mesmerizing. There is a Sydney band that has a similar vibe, Circle band and there stuff sounds almost as good, but nothing can beat the STUMP.

    Thanks,

    Katerine

  2. Yes! More of Patrick Stump!~ I’ve been waiting a whole year and he’s made 2 Spotlight songs, an awesome a capella gramy medley, a decent green light a capella and an MJ cover.

    So this is what he means by giving “Love, Selfish Love” a “proper release”. Does this mean that Spotlight (New Regrets) is going on Soul Punk? I hope so!

    So stoked for this! Hopefully it tops the Billboard 200.

    -The only thing is the album title and album art. What’s “Truant Wave” supposed to mean? I have no idea what’s happening in the album art (I wonder if Patrick Stump did it himself).

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