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Grantland Reviewed Tommy Wallach's 'We All Looked Up'

Wallach’s novel elevates the mundane but universal adolescent identity crisis to a kind of existential crisis. While there is plenty of high school drama — a love triangle that eventually turns into a love square — Wallach writes with a patience and emotional maturity that is often lacking in books aimed at the teen set. We All Looked Up also has all the makings of a John Green–scale blockbuster. On top of its crossover appeal, the novel’s film rights were optioned way back in September, and Wallach also recorded an accompanying album that is destined to be reblogged to infinity on Tumblr.

(READ THE REST OVER AT GRANTLAND!)

CMJ Posted a Great Review + Photo Gallery of Tommy Wallach's Release Show At Joe's Pub!

Wallach has a knack for creating compelling musical narratives and marring them to a dexterous performance style enriching the experience. The novelist, singer-songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist, is finally having his stars align towards abounding success. The latest album We All Looked Up is sure to be the catalyst for his limitless musical trajectory, and a telescope won’t be needed for this cosmic display.

(READ THE REST AND SEE THE GALLERY OVER AT CMJ!)

Baeble Was Blown Away by Tommy Wallach at Joe's Pub

Tommy Wallach’s set was so good that it retroactively made me feel guilty about my trepidation towards the evening and it definitely made me feel guilty for all the silent shade I was throwing at the East Village types in attendance. It’s still easy to feel intimidated and a little disgusted at all of the excessive wealth on display, but that night was about appreciating a talented young artist with a remarkable future ahead of him — as we reported a week ago, Paramount has optioned the rights to his film — and Tommy Wallach left me and everyone else at Joe’s Pub more than satisfied.

(READ THE REST AND WATCH AN EXCLUSIVE BOOK TRAILER OVER AT BAEBLE! )

Pittsburgh In Tune Calls Tommy Wallach's 'We All Looked Up' A Gem

There isn’t a bad song to be found on the 10-track, 39-minute slab, but pay special attention to standouts “A Natural Disaster,” “No Stars,” personal favorite “Bad Bad People,” “Bloodless Love,” “Photographer, I Love the Painter,” “Seduce Me” and “Madeline.” With two killer records in less than a year — not to mention the book and movie — Wallach’s star is definitely on the rise.

(READ THE REST OVER AT PITTSBURGH IN TUNE! )

Baeble Premiered Tommy Wallach's "I Will Watch"

When The Mountain Goats’ John Darnielle released his debut novel Wolf in White Van last year, it got me thinking about something. Why don’t more of our more literary songwriters write books? Well, we here at Baeble are very happy to be premiering the newest single, “I Will Watch,” from Brooklyn singer-songwriter Tommy Wallach as well to tell all of you about Wallach’s forthcoming dual album & book release show at Joe’s Pub on March 27th.

(READ THE REST AND LISTEN TO THE TRACK OVER AT BAEBLE!)

MTV News Premiere of Tommy Wallach's "A Natural Disaster"

A musician, Wallach also composed a companion record for the book, both out March 24. And, lucky for you, today we have an excerpt from the novel as well as a track from the record, “A Natural Disaster,” for your eager consumption.

(READ THE REST AND LISTEN TO THE TRACK OVER AT MTV NEWS!)

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