NOW, NOW ANNOUNCE TOUR WITH THE NAKED AND FAMOUS
RELEASE NEW SONG “SCHOOL FRIENDS” FOR DOWNLOAD
AVAILABLE AT NowNowband.com
NEW FULL-LENGTH ALBUM THREADS OUT MARCH 6
VIA CHRIS WALLA’S TRANS- RECORDS
Trans- Records and Now, Now are happy to announce dates for a month long tour this spring with The Naked And Famous. The tour will come on the heels of the release of Threads March 6th, and an appearance at SXSW 2012. As a follow up to the song “Dead Oaks,” unveiled by the band last month as a first taste of the new album, Now, Now are giving fans another preview of what’s to come from their Howard Redekopp (Tegan and Sara, An Horse, New Pornographer) produced record by making the song “School Friends” available for download.
Listen to and Download “School Friends” on NowNowBand.com
or at Soundcloud – http://soundcloud.com/trans-records/now-now-school-friends
“On their Facebook page, Now, Now introduces themselves as ‘tiny Midwest kids donning tight jeans and awkward posture,'” writes Nylon in describing the “infectious guitar riffs, singalong choruses,” found on Threads. “But trust us,” they go on to say, “there’s a lot more to this Minneapolis indie pop trio than that.“
This past June, Now, Now, composed of Cacie Dalager (Vocals, Guitar), Jess Abbott (Vocals, Guitar), and Brad Hale (Drums, Synth) packed up their van and drove 1800 miles across North America to record with Redekopp in Vancouver, BC. During the recording the band could tell they were hitting their stride for the first time. “We killed ourselves over Threads,” notes Dalager. “That sounds dramatic, but everything about it was excruciating in a good way. Every little idea was worked to its best.” It was earlier that spring that they’d begun to solidify a relationship with Trans- Records founder and Death Cab For Cutie guitarist/producer Chris Walla, who had become a fan of the band through their earlier releases after San Francisco’s John Vanderslice recommended he listen to the band’s debut album Cars.
With the help of Trans- Now, Now are excited for excited at the prospects of reaching new fans and new heights in 2012.