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How old? 43 years of age.
Zodiac Sign Cancer
Born 10 July 1978
Born day 10 July
Birthplace Levittown, New York, US
Nationality US

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In late 2017, Lacey was accused of sexual misconduct by two women, who alleged the events occurred 15 years prior when they were underage and Lacey was in his mid-20s. Lacey apologized publicly on Brand New’s FB account name page and admitted to having a sex addiction in his past, which he had sought treatment for over a decade before the allegations were brought public.


In 2008 he once again toured with Devine, and in an interview discussed how at this point he wished only to occasionally tour and perform Brand New material solo, believing that “the songs lack meaning” without his band beside him. After performing solo with Devine on December 12, 2015, Lacey was soon-after revealed to be the sixth release as part of Devine’s Devinyl splits series, with his single, a cover of R.E.M.’s “Bad Day”, seeing release early in 2016.

Lacey and his wife Andrea released a cover of “In Spite of Ourselves”, originally by John Prine in February 2015. In 2015, Lacey, along with Mike Sapone, co-produced the track “Aerobed” for the band Cymbals Eat Guitars, as part of the Devinyl Splits series, curated by Kevin Devine.


In 2013, Lacey produced the album Bubblegum. Lacey was initially nervous, as it was the first album he had produced outside of Brand New. Along with Kevin Devine, Lacey frequently appeared onstage and on tour with Manchester Orchestra.


After the loss of a number of his friends and family members, Lacey and his bandmates purposely immersed themselves in it, channeling it into the songwriting with the hope of expelling it. Having previously become disillusioned and uninterested in the bands and people they were previously around, Lacey found friendship in bands such as Thrice, mewithoutYou, Manchester Orchestra and Kevin Devine, remarking that they had “created a small community”. In later interviews, Lacey stated that the writing and recording of their third album, the critically acclaimed The Devil and God Are Raging Inside Me, saved the band. In 2008, Lacey along with his Brand New bandmates cofounded the record label Procrastinate! Music Traitors.


Other appearances by Lacey include contributing bass guitar to the track “Rocket” on the Intramural 2007 album This Is a Landslide, as well as providing bass and guitar on Grace Read’s song “Cloak and Dagger”, from her EP Young Guns. At various Brand New shows in 2014 and 2015, Lacey joined support band Dinosaur Pile-Up on stage, performing their track “Nature Nurture”.


During the writing and recording of the 2006 album The Devil and God Are Raging Inside Me, Lacey was particularly influenced by bands such as U2 and Radiohead to try writing using instruments other than the guitar. During the sessions, Lacey and Devine’s friendship would play a major influence on his songwriting, with him looking to write more about current events.


Outside of Brand New, Lacey has frequently collaborated with Kevin Devine, both in the studio and live. In 2005, Lacey was featured Kevin Devine’s album Split the Nation, Split the Street, providing vocals on the songs “Cotton Crush”, “Afterparty”, and “No One Else’s Problem”. In 2009, he would again contribute to the album Brother’s Blood, singing on “Tomorrow’s Just Too Late”.


As well as fronting Brand New, Lacey has performed as a solo artist since 2004, although has not yet released any solo material, and instead performs material by Brand New, as well as covering other bands. Lacey has produced and coproduced a number of records, including those by his band, Brand New, as well as Kevin Devine’s “Bubblegum” and a track by Cymbals Eat Guitars. Lacey was the original bassist of Taking Back Sunday, but left the band in 2001, before any of their recorded material had been released.

After finishing the extensive touring and promotional cycle for their album Deja Entendu, Lacey had become unsure as to whether he even wanted to release another record. In an interview, Lacey stated that he had the realization that he no longer wished to be associated with many of the people and bands he’d met over the past years with Brand New, and he also felt as though he had no friends. After writing and recording sessions in late 2004, the band became inactive. In spring 2005, Lacey became sick and subsequently underwent surgery for a number of problems.

One of Lacey’s first solo shows was on April 27, 2004 at The Downtown in Farmingdale, New York, performing a mixture of covers and songs by his band, Brand New. In July 2007, Lacey and Devine would tour in the US, with Lacey once again performing material from Brand New, as well as performing various tracks with Devine.


The band toured heavily up until work began on their second album in February 2003. Influenced by his time on the road, Lacey wrote much of the album on acoustic guitar in his bedroom. Seven weeks after its release, Deja Entendu had outsold Your Favorite Weapon. The album’s success led the band to be engulfed in a bidding war between labels.

Early on in his career as a musician Lacey cited bands such as Lifetime, Foo Fighters, The Cars and Pearl Jam as influences for himself and Brand New. He later taped the words “Hi Moz”, a reference to The Smiths frontman Morrissey, to his guitar during their performance of “The Quiet Things That No One Ever Knows” on Jimmy Kimmel Live! in 2003.


After The Rookie Lot split, its former members, with the exception of Reilly (who formed The Movielife), would form Brand New, recruiting Vincent Accardi as an additional guitarist. After recording and releasing a number of demos, the band released their debut album Your Favorite Weapon in 2001. Lacey provided lead vocals and guitar for the album, as well as writing lyrics for all of the songs.

This would lead Lacey to write “Seventy Times 7”, which appeared on Brand New’s 2001 album Your Favorite Weapon, while Nolan would later write about the dispute from his perspective in the Taking Back Sunday track “There’s No I in Team”. Later, Lacey and his Brand New bandmates stated that the “situation cleaned itself up a lot sooner than most people thought it did”, and that the situation had been blown out of proportion by fans and the media. Lacey has described fellow musician Kevin Devine as one of his best friends, as well as citing him as a musical influence.


In November 1999, Lacey formed Taking Back Sunday with guitarist Eddie Reyes; after adding Nolan to the band, Lacey moved to bass guitar. He contributed bass guitar and backing vocals to their first EP in 2001, but left the band during the recording sessions after Nolan slept with Lacey’s wife. Prior to becoming a full-time musician, Lacey had a number of different jobs, including working for the clothing retailer Gap Inc., a skate and bike shop, and also spending two days working at McDonald’s, before quitting after being told “sexual harassment is going to happen, so get used to it”.


Lacey attended Macarthur High School (Levittown, New York) along with John Nolan. After Nolan convinced Lacey to learn the bass guitar, the two friends would go on to form a number of bands during their high school years, one of which was named Gudmunder Bjornsen. He also learned how to play the trombone while participating in the church choir. In 1998, Lacey, along with Garrett Tierney, Brian Lane and Brandon Reilly formed The Rookie Lot, who would self-release a split EP as well as a demo tape.


Jesse Thomas Lacey (born July 10, 1978, Nassau County, New York) is an American musician, singer, songwriter and record producer who is best known as the lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist for the American alternative rock band Brand New.