Breakout artist jxdn released his brand new single “Sober” which is available everywhere now via Travis Barker’s DTA Records. “Sober” was written by jxdn, Travis Barker, Mike Posner and Andrew Goldstein; it was produced by Barker and Goldstein. The song’s music video, directed by Van Alpert, will premiere here at 11:11am PT today.

jxdn kicked off the latest musical chapter of his career with a sold out show at The Roxy in Los Angeles on Monday, November 7, a full circle moment that saw him return to the venue where he played his first ever live show in July 2021. In addition to his electric set, he welcomed surprise guest Machine Gun Kelly for a performance of “WANNA BE” off jxdn’s debut album Tell Me About Tomorrow.

He will continue his intimate, sold out live run of shows with two more club dates – Monday, November 14 at Subterranean in Chicago, IL and Wednesday, November 16 at Baby’s All Right in Brooklyn, NY.

The release of “Sober” marks the beginning of the newest chapter of jxdn music, with the emerging rockstar currently at work on his sophomore album. jxdn most previously released a two-track EP titled 28 (Songs For Cooper) in June, in honor of his late best friend Cooper Noriega, who passed away on June 9, 2022.

In April and May, jxdn embarked on his debut headline TELL ME ABOUT TOMORROW WORLD TOUR U.S. dates, performing for thousands of fans across the country, including sold out dates in New York City, Chicago, Pittsburgh, Atlanta, among others. The tour was in support of his critically-acclaimed debut album Tell Me About Tomorrow, released July 2021, and its expanded version, Tell Me About Tomorrow (Deluxe), released December 2021.

Tell Me About Tomorrow – produced by Barker – was met with wide critical acclaim, with NYLON hailing, “an album that both cements his place in the current pop-punk revival and shows that he’s only getting started,” and SPIN praising, “a deliriously catchy pop-punk effort.” Additionally, the album earned jxdn a #3 Alternative New Artist Albums, #5 Top New artist Albums, and #11 Digital Albums on the Billboard charts.

jxdn's rapid ascent to rock stardom has taken the music industry by storm, having racked up more than 915 million global streams to date, multiple songs flying up the Billboard charts, playing major festivals – including the main stage at Lollapalooza to a massive crowd – and serving as direct support on Machine Gun Kelly’s “Tickets To My Downfall” U.S. Tour in Fall 2021. He was included in Variety’s Power of Young Hollywood 2021 Music impact list, and Billboard’s 21 Under 21 list for the two consecutive years he was eligible (2020 and 2021), in addition to garnering nominations for both a MTV VMA and MTV EMA in 2021.