Now, Now – ‘Threads’ Review
Songs of longing with a heaving cup of sadness and loss from painful relationships (real or imagined), past or current. These tales are interlaced with some of the smartest—often bordering on heartbreaking—melodies and beats this side of awesome. Basically dream-core, near electronic musical introspections often bubbling over into rockin’ and grungy highlights making this sad heart sing and dry bones dance. Now, now, there’s something worth seeing!
From Wiki: Now, Now, formerly known as Now, Now Every Children and abbreviated NNEC, is an American indie rock band formed in Blaine, Minnesota and based in Minneapolis. The band is composed of Cacie Dalager (vocals, guitar, keyboard); Bradley Hale (drums, backing vocals); Jess Abbott (guitar, vocals), with occasional touring members Britty Hale (keyboard) and Christine Sako (bass).
On December 8, 2011, it was announced via their Facebook page that they had signed to Chris Walla‘s Trans Record Label – an imprint of Atlantic Records, and that their second album Threads would be released on March 6, 2012. Since the release of Threads, Now, Now have been an opening act for The Naked And Famous‘ US Spring Tour, and will be joining fun. on their Summer US tour in May.
- Now Now released ‘Threads,’ playing Cameo, touring with The Naked & Famous and fun. (dates) (brooklynvegan.com)
- Now, Now: “Dead Oaks” (thewoundedjukebox.com)