Though he's been a first-call songwriter and producer for artists ranging from Fall Out Boy to Weezer to Pink to Dashboard Confessional for some time, Butch Walker has never had more to write about than he does right now. In recent years he has witnessed the birth of his first child, lost his home (and recording masters) to Malibu wildfires, and turned 40. Appropriately
then, Butch's new album I Liked It Better When You Had No Heart is about beginnings, endings, and the long journey in between. The album, featuring eleven new songs co-written by Walker and his songwriting partner Michael Trent, will be released on cd and digitally on February 23, 2010.