Jesse Thomas Lacey is an American musician, singer, songwriter and record producer who is best known as the lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist for the American alternative rock band Brand New. As well as fronting Brand New, Lacey has performed as a solo artist since 2004, although has not yet released any solo material, and instead performs material by Brand New, as well as covering other bands. Lacey has produced and coproduced a number of records, including those by his band, Brand New, as well as Kevin Devine's "Bubblegum" and a track by Cymbals Eat Guitars. Lacey was the original bassist of Taking Back Sunday, but left the band in 2001, before any of their recorded material had been released.
About Jesse Lacey
Singer of the alternative rock band Brand New, the group known for songs like "The Quiet Things That No One Ever Knows" and "Seventy Times 7." He and Brand New have been playing together since 2001.
Jesse Lacey Before Fame
He was influenced by The Smiths and Neutral Milk Hotel while he was growing up.
Achievement of Jesse Lacey
He released the album Deja Entendu in 2003 with Brand New.
Jesse Lacey Family Life
He grew up in Long Island with seven siblings. He married Andrea King and they welcomed a daughter named Bowie in 2016.
Associations of Jesse Lacey
He used to be in Taking Back Sunday with Fred Mascherino.
Information related to Jesse Lacey
- Brand New (band)
- Rhythm guitarists