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Be the very first to enjoy the new FICTIONIST album and a limited edition t-shirt!
Our self-titled album FICTIONIST will be released nationally October 7, however items bought during this flash pre-sale will be packaged immediately and shipped to your doorstep in advance of the release date—with extra good feelings and happiness.
Comfy heathered grey t-shirt, cotton-poly blend, with FICTIONIST text inspired by our album artwork. Red screen-printed FICTIONIST shirts are exclusive to pre-sale orders and cannot be purchased after this time period. Adult (unisex), Youth, and Onesie sizing available.
"I always find myself in situations where I'm wondering if the people around me are sick of me yet. As though they'll suddenly find out I'm just some other guy that's easy to forget. Lock and Key is a song about that last little piece of yourself that you hand over to a lover, family member, or friend, and hope that they'll still stick around afterwards." - Robbie Connolly
Comfy heathered grey t-shirt, cotton-poly blend, featuring the robot design from the Lock and Key music video. Adult (unisex) sizing available.
ABOUT LOCK AND KEY:
"I always find myself in situations where I'm wondering if the people around me are sick of me yet. As though they'll suddenly find out I'm just some other guy that's easy to forget. Lock and Key is a song about that last little piece of yourself that you hand over to a lover, family member, or friend, and hope that they'll still stick around afterwards.
The video concept was conceived by my brother-in-law Andrew, and stems from that concept of keeping our human things locked away, as if we were all robots, only allowing others to view what we want them to see, but later discovering that everyone else is doing the same thing."
— Robbie Connolly, FICTIONIST
"The best thing about the video is that it stars the band's guitarist Brandon Kitterman and his artist wife Leslie Duke. They've done all sorts of cool art projects together and they were perfect for the part.
I also reunited with my longtime friend and motion graphics genius, Kevin Dazet, who directed, edited, and gave this song life. Kevin also played in the very first band with me and my brother Stuart [FICTIONIST] back in about 1993. It was called Cosmic Frog, I think we knew two complete songs, and it was fun to come together again and work on this creative project."
— Andrew Maxfield, writer/producer