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Sangré 01:29
Saved 04:04
Lesner 04:47
Interstellar 04:18


After spending years as a contributing songwriter and active member of the fan adored indie-pop band Mae, Rob Sweitzer made a decision to leave the band in 2008 due to personal reasons, intraband tensions, and a desire to focus on home life and the budding stages of his own independent musical path. With hundreds of thousands of record sales, countless sold out shows, and scores of critical accolades under his belt, there was no shortage of momentum propelling Sweitzer’s post-Mae ambitions. Inspired by bands like Delta Spirit, Broken Social Scene, Elbow, and Doves, Sweitzer accumulated a mountain of demos that have been meticulously whittled down to a six song narrative that will serve as My God, It’s Full of Stars’ official introduction to the world. M29 is a project that has been both long in the works and completely reborn. It is an attempt to untangle conversational wonderings and existential inquiry through sonic layers, cathartic songwriting, and deliberate production.


released December 18, 2015

All songs written by Rob Sweitzer
The Answer Is 42 Publishing - ASCAP

Recorded at 4115 Studios, Nashville, TN
Additional recording at Earthsound, Chesapeake, VA

Produced by Dave Elkins
Co-Produced by Rob Sweitzer
Engineered by Tate Mercer
Additional engineering by Mark Padgett
Mixed by Bryan Laurenson
Mastered by Mark Padgett
Edits: Jeff Braun, Dewey Boyd, Tate Mercer

Brass arranged by Rob Sweitzer and performed by:

Jimmy Whittemore - Trumpet
Jack Himmelman - Trombone
Taylor Royse - French Horn

Strings arranged and performed by:

Amos Housworth - Cello
Teresa Tetheroh - Violin

All tracks on M29 performed by:

Drums and Percussion: Drew Orton
Guitars: Patrick Ryan Billingsley
Additional guitars (“Sangre” and "All Is Not Lost"): Rob Sweitzer
Bass: Dave Elkins
Additional bass (“Saved"): Drew Smyser
Additional bass (“Sangre”): Mark Padgett
Piano, Rhodes, Wurlitzer: Rob Sweitzer
Additional keys: Rob Sweitzer
Hammond B3: Rob Sweitzer
Vocals: Rob Sweitzer

Art Direction: Rob Sweitzer
Album cover photo of Mt. Fitzroy: Marion Faria
Album cover edits: Alexander C. Sprungle
Album layout: Alexander C. Sprungle

This EP would not have been possible without the support of the following people - thank you:

Brandon Brocker, Joanne Chan, Joyce Au, S. Ferg, Matt Brueckmann, David Valencia, Tim Mitchell, Austin Adair, Reuben Walters, Jonny Ups, Gabe Eaton, Heather Wavra, Lexy June, Steph Yang, Wenbo Yang, Anna Weinberger, Back To The Future 03, Yoah Sui, MJKTool4, Diane Currie, Jondy1703, Aaron Clayton, Sarah Corriveau, Jew2, m.ian.e, prandreoli, Eric Lind, Chelsea Lind, kgabbert, Dave Elkins, Nathan Lord, Kyle Meeks, Carmen McGill, Ashley Haldeman, Joel Nelson, J. Morris, Jesse Toland, beachgirl1285, Kevin LeBlanc, Joel Tabangcura, David Grenier, Zachary W. Jones, Erik Stark, Mark Perkins, dferentzy, Jamie Lyons, Michael Kim, Ashley Austrew, Nikki Sklar, aprusinski, Elaine Chang, Adam Nerland, Benjamin Zehetbauer, Jenn Uhen, weebo_8, njmcnabb, Dave Maturo, Paul Bidanset, Stephen Bledsoe, Jessy Coleman, Logan Leopold, Emily Strong, Jonathan Greenwood, Cassandra Missall, Emma Nahod, Mountain Dew Joe, Chris Remaley, readswhilewalking, kre0656, Chris Aikens, Ventus, Alexander Varin, Richard Meyer, Julie Hageman, Sarah Tung, mdale7, Gideon Cox, Leigh West, Bart Cardea, Joyce Oben, heithw, Kyle J. Martin, Zach Anderson, Zach Hindes, milesp85, Sarah Bradbury jeradj, Daniel Brew, joelcomp1, nickthefoote, Janine Ackerman, Sarah Kiss, Andrew Goss, RC Sherrill, Bethany Marshall, Calvin Webb, Wesley Whetstone, Matt M., Emma C. Preston, strikefirstpost, froggiekw, elamormejor, kell_jade, Chad Bailey, idruin9, Marial Baron, tara2stars, Eric W. Blase, tksb, David Stanley, Aaron Lachman, Aaron Marsh, Dan Konopka, mbh7848, Brad Tarpley, Scott Luchene, drummer4uva72894, dat93090, Walter Hanson, Derek Kern, Brittni Mann, Thomas Payne, Asa Kulkin, Olivia Tsang, lcfg, A. G. Benfante, Michael James, Katie Reutter, Lorenz Beam, darylannlowry, Courtney Coonts, Luke Bremer, Wesley Monahan, Eric Taylor, Lee Clements, Kyoko Kagiyama, xslowmotionra1n, Daniel Brisbin, PJ Davidson, rmpoole86, akaiddy, atunderdogk, jkfx7, Simon J. Collier, Julian Hernandez, Mickey Valenz, Konrad Schimmel, livia_mss, Matthew D. McCullough, greenie_tab, Daniel Mealiff, Laura McAlexander, igg, Ellen Keeble, Pamela Gabriel, Lewis Chandler, Michael Schepis, Elliot Macks, heidijo0890, brandan18, Catherine Earley, p.wong19, cromas, Britain Green, Zan Gillies, Dillon Spears, Jonathan Schneck, Nathan Henry, Adam Joline, Randy Spain, William Clark, Ben Parker, wmn4life, Kyle Foster, Richard Phillips, Jared Wolff, steakychew, ryker, Adam Staszewski, Bryson Baumgartel, citizensound, Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach, Ford Welch, aaron, Yusuke Setaka, Zakary Caldwell, melchior, Mungbean Paella, Asa Lane, Kristin D’Arminio, tmpurchase, Justin Spilker, wxcoo16, jceveret2, Angel Chen, Logan Vath, Ron Carter, noercraig, Steve Smith, Eva Alexiou-Reo, automnsky, paulmidd, Kelsie Kulkin, D. Nguyen, Lewis Chandler, Aaron Hadenfeldt, bajamarkle, Sue Baez, Ben Word, Jennifer Tissot, bdpfau, Mark Perkins, Alastair N. McGetrick, James Rantanen, Kim Richardson, Susan Freese, Robert Morrison, M. Kaplan, Bryan Knispel, sabjohn146, Raj Bakhshi, drwsteviey19, Rod Blackhurst, Drew Smyser, Andrew Buchanan, Jim and Margie Sweitzer, Matt. Zumbrum, Cody Clark, Dana Fallon, Zac, Daniel Lin, Justin Belanger, Nick Allan, Chuck Goodin, Megan Gregware, John Halsey, Chris Francis, Alex Sbitnev, Jesse Toland, Jacob Marshall, Nelson Bergen, Richard Phillips, Jordan Knight, Steven Martin, agent021, Dave Hawkins, Zachary W. Jones, Greg Hand, Virginia Dao, W. Schultz, malaryush422, Ben Bock, Adrian Tan, Steven Cieslik, Bren Rowe, Jordan Hughes, Yuko Haga, mikecd, Nicholas Jenkins, arielle924, Laura Frazier, Chris Rumpf, Sam Castle, Zach Gehring, Mark Padgett, Jessee Penico, John Frazier, Ms. Sylvia Chen, Mr. and Mrs. YM and Anna Chen, Ms. Fern Tse, Mr. and Mrs. Freddy and Mimi Johnson, Mrs. Sandy Lai, and all the anonymous contributors.

A special thank you to Stephen Christian, Aaron Marsh, Ryan Clark, Roy Mitchell-Cardenas, Matt and Toby and the rest of the crew at Bad Christian.

To those who are struggling with depression, you are not alone. It’s not easy to find the will to talk things out but it is well worth the effort in getting yourself to do it. Talk to the ones you love and who love you and if that is hard to do find someone who is professionally trained and educated in helping those challenged with these issues. For immediate help call:

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline:

Tel: 1-800-273-8255


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