The Alex Orange Drink LP Discography
$40.00

  • The Alex Orange Drink LP Discography
  • The Alex Orange Drink LP Discography
  • The Alex Orange Drink LP Discography
  • The Alex Orange Drink LP Discography
  • The Alex Orange Drink LP Discography
  • The Alex Orange Drink LP Discography

The Alex Orange Drink LP Discography
$40.00

Alex Orange Drink's two solo albums "Everything is Broken, Maybe That's O.K." and "Babel On" now available as a vinyl bundle for $40!

Freeman Street Records is excited to work again with Brooklyn-based songwriter Alex Orange Drink; the solo moniker for Alex Zarou Levine of The So So Glos, on his new sophomore album titled "Everything’s Broken, Maybe That’s O.K." We have teamed up with our friends at Shea Stadium Records to get this amazing album pressed on vinyl for your listening pleasure.

Available for pre-order on Cloudy White vinyl, on the upcoming album, Alex explores personal subjects, including grappling with a rare and life-threatening disorder, heartbreak, never-ending teenage angst, and broken political systems. Half of the album was recorded before the pandemic in a party-like atmosphere (with basic tracking captured live among friends, family, and lovers), while the other half was completed by a heartbroken protagonist reflecting in isolation.

"Babel On" is the debut solo album from The So So Glos' singer Alex Zarou Levine better known as Alex Orange Drink. The album title, a reference to the biblical Tower Of Babel, evokes a culture lost in a twenty-four-hour news cycle while a subversive narrator guides the listener through an interior dystopian landscape. Babel On comes just in time for the rise of global fascism, toward the end of a son of an American’s youth, in the midst of strange and uncertain times.

Alex Zarou Levine has been writing music & lyrics since his youth in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn. Most notably with his brothers in D.I.Y. punk outfit The So So Glos. There’s a dark subtext to his lyrics which are often laced into bright, hooky outsider anthems. During a period in which his band went on hiatus and local DIY venue (and home base) Shea Stadium shuttered, Alex Orange Drink was born. The new solo project took its name “orange drink” as a nod to the medication Alex depends on to treat a rare metabolic disease, Homocystinuria. As with his work in The So So Glos, by flipping a slang term from the ordinary to a new identity, Alex once again exhibited a gift for spinning a negative force into something positive.

Pressing Information

"Everything is Broken, Maybe That's O.K."
200 Limited Edition Cloudy White 140g Vinyl
Available digitally July 9, 2021, vinyl available approximately September 2021

"Babel On"
100 Limited Edition Orange Drink Vinyl
155 Black Vinyl
Originally released September 2018 digital/cd, vinyl release December 20, 2018

All bundle orders will be a single shipment once all records are in hand.


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