Now, Now have returned with their new holiday song “Lonely Christmas.”
Now, Now are working on a new Christmas song.
Now, Now has released the new song “Enda.”
Now, Now andFoxing have extended their tour together.
Foxing and Now, Now are going on tour together.
Now, Now full performance live on KEXP is up on YouTube.
Now, Now have released a video for “MJ.”
Now, Now’s performance at the Minnesota State Fair is up on YouTube for your viewing pleasure.
David Bazan has debuted his cover of Now, Now’s “Thread” over at NPR.
Now, Now have shared the first part of a mini-documentary about their new album.
Now, Now’s new album, Saved, is streaming over at NPR. This is still my favorite album of the year so far.
Now, Now have shared their new song “MJ.”
Now, Now have announced some new tour dates.
Now, Now have shared their new video for “AZ.”
The new album from Now, Now is finally up for pre-order. The album comes out on May 18th and this is one you should definitely be picking up. It’s incredible. The high-resolution artwork can be found below.
Now, Now’s Baeble Next Session is now up for your viewing pleasure. I’ve been listening to the band’s new album virtually non-stop since last week. We’re hitting obsession level now.
Now, Now will release their new album, Saved, on May 18th. Today they’ve debuted the new song, “AZ,” via Fader along with a new interview with the band:
“We’ve never had a summer-feeling album before, and I wanted it out to come out in the summer,” Brad says, and Saved certainly does sound like prime festival-season music — the kind of album that’s all but guaranteed to propel Now, Now to greater heights of visibility than ever before. Ironic, perhaps, when considering that the pressures of impending success made the album nearly impossible to complete.
You can stream the song below and read the full press release. Pre-orders will be up soon. Oh, and don’t sleep on this band and album. Trust me on that one.
Anna Acosta sat down with Now, Now and Kevin Devine to talk about mental health:
My biggest problem is that if I don’t want to feel something, I don’t feel something. I’ll just be like, I’m not going there right now. I have too many things to do. And I’ll just compartmentalize and not deal with whatever it is, but in order to be able to write I have to access every emotional part of my brain. So when we’re writing, if I’ve been doing that lately, if we’ve been dealing with a lot of stress or if something’s been going on in my personal life, it’ll come out when we’re writing.