The Messenger Birds Release New Album “Everything Has to Fall Apart Eventually”

Detroit, MI alternative rockers The Messenger Birds released their debut album ‘Everything Has To Fall Apart Eventually’ on October 7th, 2020.

In addition to the digital release, the duo will press a limited number of vinyl via Third Man Pressing.

The band says, “Our first full-length album is finally here! They said releasing an album during a pandemic was a bad idea. They said it was a poor financial decision. They said, “Who is Kevin, anyway?” And to that we said, “Shut up, Karen.”

We would like to give a HUGE thank you to everyone that already pre-ordered one of our many EHTFAE bundle options. We just started mailing these out, so you should be receiving your orders very soon! Each order comes with a digital download of the album in addition to the bundle items, and if you haven’t ordered yourself a record yet, click here to get yours now.

ANOTHER IMPORTANT NOTE – we will be performing ‘Everything Has to Fall Apart Eventually’ in its ENTIRETY live from Rustbelt Studios, where we recorded the album originally. Make sure to tune in to our YouTube Channel at 8PM EST THIS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9TH to watch!”

The Messenger Birds will continue to celebrate the new release with fans as direct support for Steel Panther’s upcoming socially-distanced ‘Fast Cars and Loud Guitars- Live at The Drive-In’ show taking place on October 16 at Pontiac, MI’s Crofoot Festival Grounds. Tickets for the event are now available here:

Album Engineered, Mixed, and Produced by Steve Lehane at Rustbelt Studios; Mastered by Paul Blakemore.

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