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Album Review

Talking to Billboard Magazine in early 2010, John Vesely promised that Secondhand Serenade's third album would be “more upbeat” than those preceding it. Released several months later, Hear Me Now does include some sprightly tempos, with the energetic "So Long" taking the cake. The album balances its optimism with lyrics about heartbreak and defeatist attitudes, though, aligning Secondhand Serenade with other broken-heart-on-sleeve acts like Dashboard Confessional.

Customer Reviews

Here Me Now

I love Secondhand Serenade, John's 3rd album is great (obviously) - however is isn't as good as his first album - and i guess for that matter his second. I found that with the first 2 - especially the first - it was filled with deep raw emotions (that untill i heard his music - didnt realise that guys had those kind of feelings etc). Even though 'Here Me Now' is fantastic - I still prefer his songs that were simply just John and his guitar (acoustic). I'm guessing since his success and the fact that he's married with kids etc - his life wouldn't be that 'heavy' of depressing in a way - so his new album reflects that. Love the album anyway - if you haven't heard anything from him before - check out: Fall For You, Your Call, Stay Close Don't Go, Awake and my personal favourite It's Not Over.

Still going strong....

I have to agree, I also like his previous albums better than this one but I can appreciate his development too. His first (acoustic) album is my favorite by far followed by his second album. Check them out!!


Formed: Menlo Park, CA

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Much like Five for Fighting or Dashboard Confessional, Secondhand Serenade is the project name for a solo artist, singer/songwriter John Vesely. Raised in the San Francisco Bay Area in a musical family that included his professional jazz musician father, Vesely spent a number of years playing bass in local bands before picking up the acoustic guitar and refocusing his attention on composing original material. Rather than releasing the new material under his name, Vesely chose to group them under...
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