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But then again, last time I didn't think people would like Clarity. Remember Me. Bob Mehr 4. I don't think any song is over three and a half minutes. Music starts at 9 p. Facebook Twitter. I think it will follow the tradition of us alienating our entire listening audience with each new record. The simple, countryish lilt of "Power" is augmented by the supple brushwork of drummer Shane Kennedy. Support Our Journalism. There is no litter of beer bottles or cigarettes, none of the typical trappings associated with musicians, save for the clutter of amplifiers and cables on the floor. Yet it's not the shambolic strains of "garage rock," but an ornate, almost lush sound. As the guiding force behind Jimmy Eat World, Adkins has had little use for the "emo" tag that the band has long been saddled with. Support Us. The group is looking into a number of alternative and slightly unconventional avenues to release the next record. Though the band has played the occasional local show, Adkins feels the time off was needed to recharge the group's creative batteries. Adkins' smile quickly fades when he's asked about the direction of the new Jimmy Eat World material. Described as Adkins' "orchestral pop" side project, the group is preparing for a pair of high-profile engagements this week. Adkins sings in a gentle, burnished wail, and his vocals take on added depth, unencumbered by the taut electric guitars that usually serve as his sonic backdrop. The group has been on a hiatus since returning from a European tour in October. Perhaps the most revealing aspect of the rehearsals -- and the project -- is the surprising range of Adkins' voice. It's a feeling-out process for this relatively large collective of players known as Go Big Casino. He estimates that he's written 15 to 17 new songs. 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It's an option the group is seriously considering, even though the band could have its pick of any number of attractive indie deals. I don't want someone to sign us just because this other label wants to sign us. It's late Friday evening. I thought it would be fun to have that sort of element presented live. This is not a stand-up-and-shout type of rock 'n' roll show. Kind of like, 'Sorry, it's never gonna happen again,'" jokes Adkins. Get the latest updates in news, food, music and culture, and receive special offers direct to your inbox. Though the work is complex, and the preparations essential, a palpable air of communal glee hangs over the proceedings. His versatile playing brings a level of melodic intimacy, offsetting the oblique lyrical ruminations of "My Sundown" and "To an Actress" with consistent aplomb. Adkins says the group will continue to write and extensively demo the new songs before heading into the studio and on a Pacific Rim tour scheduled for the fall. The gazes of the other five musicians are squarely fixed in his direction, watching for cues, following his changes. Get the most out of your experience with a personalized all-access pass to everything local on events, music, restaurants, news and more. Phoenix's independent source of local news and culture. We just want to do our record, give it to a label and say, 'Here it is, put it out. Instead of playing a set of Jimmy Eat World songs, Adkins seized the opportunity to "go orchestral," as he puts it, recruiting a talented cadre of friends and musicians -- among them current and former members of AM Radio Allstar, Red Shifter, Reuben's Accomplice, Seven Storey Mountain and others -- to bring his solo bedroom productions to fruition. While Adkins isn't especially bitter about the parting, the experience has shaped his views on how he wants to proceed with the next phase of the band's career. 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