About Now, Now
Though much older than their appearance allows, the trio of tiny midwest kids donning tight jeans and awkward posture can often be found in the local Taco Bell hiding in the corner from the snide remarks of teasing high schoolers. However Now, Now has consistently proven themselves to listeners of their music since their first EP releases in 2007 and 2008. Their 2008 debut full-length ‘Cars’ received much hype and review, gaining them tours in the US, two Europe tours (one with Paramore) and a worldwide fan base. With a live set up consisting of five, all equally tiny and equally awkward, the band entertains audiences not just with their humorous heights but with their cognitive arrangements consisting of keyboards, bells, jingles, and audio effects, while still hammering out a guitar-and-drum based structure. With the recent break from their record label and the release of the ‘Neighbors EP’ (produced, engineered and recorded by themselves in their basement) the trio finds themselves busier than ever as they plan for the future.
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