Ace Enders

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The Early November were one of the most prolific bands to start the pop punk genre and since that project, ex front man Ace Enders has started multiple projects like Ace Enders and A Million People but he told us at Warped Tour this year that I Can Make A Mess will be his project from now on. He dropped the second Mess record just this year and with it being six years since the first release for this project, we definitely jumped at the chance to talk to him about what'€™s been going on for him and his future plans!

Being on the road earlier this year with Copeland and recently completing a straight summer on the Warped Tour, it'€™s just been announced that he'€™ll be back out on the road as main support for Never Shout Never and The Maine this fall. He'€™s sure to be playing to a few ears that haven'€™t exactly heard of his history just yet but knowing his music and incredible fan base from the past, I'€™m sure he'€™ll make many new fans. Check out his show when he comes through your town this fall and read on for our exclusive interview with Ace where we talked about everything from his upcoming plans to his sticking to the I Can Make A Mess project and how he believes he has progressed from the first Mess release.

So it'€™s been a while since the last '€œI Can Make A Mess'€ record and now you'€™ve put out the new one. How has it been doing so far?
It'€™s been actually really good. I mean I can'€™t really complain at all. Doing a self release is always a little bit nerve wracking, not as much money behind it but I mean it'€™s been working out really well so far and I mean it'€™s been great.

Do you think the sound matured at all because the last one did come out six years ago I believe?
I'€™d like to think so you know. I think everybody would like to think that they mature in time but you know I tried to keep it somewhat of a similar vibe but just a little bit older. Like I know what I'€™m doing now.

How has it been on Warped Tour this summer? How is it going so far?
It'€™s awesome. Like Warped Tour, the atmosphere and everything is great. It'€™s wonderful. I mean being a band like we are, it is a little difficult because it'€™s like a little bit different then everything else that'€™s happening. We have our good shows and we have our bad shows but it'€™s been for the most part over all positive. It'€™s been great!

You were on the Copeland farewell tour. How did that go for you? How was that tour with all of their fans?
That tour was amazing. That was wonderful. I mean that was like a perfect fit, a great place to be. Overall, a great tour! All of the bands were great, everybody was so much fun you know!

Then what can fans look forward to after Warped? I know you have a few projects. Is '€˜I Can Make a Mess'€™ the only active one right now?
I'€™m just going to sort of combine everything into this one and just keep going like that. I never really liked having my name in the title of Ace Enders and A Million Different People. It made me feel weird so I mean that'€™s one of the big reasons for changing. I'€™ll still play a lot of those songs though and my old songs and all that stuff but yeah we got some tours in the fall coming up so we'€™re very excited.

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