In 2017, Andy Frasco reached a fork in the road. Renowned for a jubilant jambalaya of rule-breaking rock n roll, his career kept rolling ahead at full steam. To date, he had released three independent albums, chronicled a German gig in front of 15,000 screaming fans on the recent live opus Songs from the Road, made jaws drop at festivals such as Grandoozy, Firefly, Mountain Jam, Summer Camp, Rock am Ring, Rock im Park and Electric Forest, generated millions of streams, launched his successful 'World Saving Podcast,' and performed at festivals alongside icons such as Peter Frampton, Gary Clark Jr., The Revivalists, Snoop Dog, Dr. Dog, Joe Walsh and Kendrick Lamar, to name a few. The ride ramps up on his third full-length album, the aptly titled 'Change of Pace.' Andy approached recording from a new vantage point encouraged by iconic Widespread Panic bassist and producer Dave Schools. "I'd love for people to connect to the songs in addition to the live show," he says. "I'm a philosopher and a musician at the end of the day. I want to emulate those aspects in my work. I'm also just a guy trying to find happiness like everyone else is. It's about being okay with the lows, not getting too high with the highs, and being comfortable in your own skin."