Man Overboard’s Zac Eisenstein Releases New Single as Bright Green; “That’s Heaven Behind Me”

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After Man Overboard’s abrupt hiatus in 2016, lead vocalist Zac Eisenstein was quick to begin his new project Bright Green

and release the acoustic EP, ‘The Highs Are Getting Lower.’ He then spent the fall and top of 2017 supporting Set Your Goals on their ‘Mutiny’ 10 Year Anniversary shows.

His new single, “That’s Heaven Behind Me” is the title track from a forthcoming EP due out later in 2017. It was recorded by fellow Man Overboard vocalist, Nik Bruzzese at his recording studio in New Jersey, The Lumberyard and mastered by Jesse Cannon (Man Overboard, Transit, The Menzingers).

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“That’s Heaven Behind Me” and his previous EP, “The Highs Are Getting Lower” are available for Name Your Own Price download at

Bright Green will be hitting the road June 1st – 4th on the East Coast with Cold Collective (Rise Records) and Gin War. Advance tickets are available at

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June 1 – Cambridge, MA @ Out Of The Blue
June 2 – Amityville, NY @ Amityville Music Hall
June 3 – Freehold, NJ @ GameChanger World
June 4 – Philadelphia, PA @ Voltage Lounge

View the video for “That’s Heaven Behind Me” below:

Following the break-up, Man Overboard took part in an interview with Alternative Press where Man Overboard guitarist Justin Collier spoke about the future of the band.

Collier stated “Today’s my 27th birthday, and I’m the youngest guy in the band. It’s either we can do this forever—well, I don’t think it’s realistic to do it forever—but one day you wake up a certain age and go, “I don’t know what I want to do for the rest of my life.” When other people are nurturing new things in their lives, you need to nurture those things like you did the band when the band started. Everybody still loves doing the band, but right now we’re just focusing on some other things. But we’ll be back, whether that’s a full U.S. tour or some holiday shows in a year or two.”

Perhaps we can expect a Man Overboard reunion in the near future? Only time will tell.

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