It’s official — Heartbreak In Stereo is now streaming.
Heartbreak In Stereo is New Jersey punk rock band Pencey Prep’s first and only full-length album, released in 2001 via Eyeball Records. Pencey Prep consisted of Frank Iero in his pre-My Chemical Romance days, John McGuire, Neil Sabatino, Shaun Simon, and Tim Hagevik, before they eventually disbanded in 2002.
Though Heartbreak In Stereo will soon be nearing its two-decade anniversary, it still remains a beloved album among fans — as clearly seen a few weeks ago when Iero put up pre-sales in his webstore for the long-awaited vinyl pressing of the record and a limited merchandise run. Fans were thrilled about the announcement and the record, which was limited to 1000 copies, sold out very quickly, along with the hoodie and shirts.
To celebrate the release of #HeartbreakInStereo by #PenceyPrep this week, here are some photos you may not have seen! @Hambreaker @FrankIero @ShaunSimon #TimeHagevik #NeilSabatino pic.twitter.com/RhJ9SZfjhl
— Mint 400 Records (@mint400records) December 1, 2020
Now, the big moment that fans have eagerly been waiting for has arrived. Heartbreak In Stereo has been re-released digitally across all streaming services worldwide and everywhere mp3s are sold, via Sabatino’s Mint 400 Records and Iero’s B.CALM Press.