Brooke Van Poppelen To Release Debut Comedy Album

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"With a sharp wit and the ability to find universal hilarity in just about anything, Van Poppelen possesses an exceptionally personable stage presence."Splitsider

On Thursday, October 13th, standup comedian and TV host Brooke Van Poppelen (truTV's Hack My Life, @midnight, The Nightly Show) will release her debut comedy album Hard Feelings on all digital platforms with Sure Thing Records. Recorded during SXSW 2016 in Austin, Hard Feelings is a collection of Brooke's favorite material that she's created and performed over the past five years, drawing from personal struggles with anxiety, living in NYC, self-image, stressful salad bars, failed relationships, and family nonsense, with a dash of non sequitur goofiness. Brooke will celebrate the album's release on Saturday, October 15th - 10pm at Rockwood Music Hall Stage 3.
Brooke Van Poppelen on her first album:
"It's about time I finally put together an album and thankfully was able to record it with Sure Thing in Austin, TX, my comedy home away from home.  My energy was through the roof that night and I had a blast just basking in the experience of a crowd coming out to support a live recording."

Track listing:

1. Natch Deods / I <3 Austin
2. Pet Dating Profile
3. Woman In Comedy / White Privilege
4. Anxiety & Affirmations
5. LA vs. NYC Beach Apparel
6. Panic Salad
7. Adulting
8. Singles Only
9. Young Men
10. Period Tracker / Skinny Girl
11. Team of Scientists / Smooth Move
12. It's Wine O'Clock!
13. Family Survivor

Written and performed by Brooke Van Poppelen

Recorded, mixed, and mastered by Dustin Svehlak

Photo by Mindy Tucker

Cover design by Patrick Hosmer

Produced by Duncan Carson and Brendan K. O'Grady

Publicity: Shark Party Media/Heidi Vanderlee

Recorded at Austin Java Parkway - Austin, TX



More about Brooke Van Poppelen:

Brooke Van Poppelen is a NYC-based comic, actress, writer, and host of Hack My Life on truTV. Brooke has appeared on The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore, @Midnight, and John Oliver's New York Stand Up Show on Comedy Central, The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson on CBS, IFC's Comedy Drop, and the upcoming first season of Night Train hosted by Wyatt Cenac for NBC's See So. She has appeared as a guest on ABC's The View and Dr. Oz and as a talking head and panelist on multiple MTV, truTV and VH1 shows. Brooke worked as a writer and producer for several seasons of Girl Code and Guy Code and many other MTV shows. ​
​Brooke's stand-up comedy has been praised by Splitsider, Esquire, and Brightest Young Things. She was recently selected for the Headliners Showcase as part of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival and has also performed at The Bentzen Ball, Riot Fest LA, SXSW, The Eugene Mirman Comedy Festival and Bridgetown Comedy Festival.