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Nowhere Fast releases new lyric video, announce tour

Soulful punk act, Nowhere Fast has launched a new lyric video for their single “Anoesis” off their new album “Aeonian”. That album is available for streaming and purchase here. They have also announced a short tour of sorts to promote the new album. Check those dates and stream the new video below.

“The search for euphoria is always behind a lonesome mind.”

DS Exclusive: Nowhere Fast (Louisville, KY) stream new “Aeonian” LP

From Louisville, KY- for fans interested in a melodic blend of soulful punk rock with a definitive southern charm, we have for you, today, the new album from Nowhere FastAeonian. Nowhere Fast is a thriving young mid-western band that has just made good on putting together an exceptional album which Dying Scene has the stream for, days before the official release this Friday, October 5, 2018.

Aeonian is the band’s first album since their 2013 release, Trials, and they have spent that time dedicated to their craft in the studio, playing shows with great acts like The Bouncing Souls, The Ataris, Teenage Bottlerocket, and Cobra Skulls, and honing in on enhancing their live-performance, touring the Midwest and East Coast.

Aeonian is a wonderful collection of songs about identity straight from the heartland of America. This is music for the drive home. It opens with “Dark Towns” and lead singer/guitarist Seth Robinson alluding to the “small details in your story… [to] round out the wild blue yonder. It’s just another night in these dark towns. Just another night in these last rounds. Here’s to the let downs.” The band has previously said of the album, that it is their “most mature and nuanced work to date,” and I couldn’t agree more. Nowhere Fast is a three-piece: bass, drums, and guitar- sweet and to the point, (the perfect rock and roll arrangement for a more intimate act, IMO) and they incorporate simple song-structure with musical dynamism where you can get lost in the rocking and alluring amiability of Seth’s guitar playing, or the rhythm of Steve Keely’s bass flow winding through your stereo cables as drummer, Phil DiMarco keeps time with his poppy embrace, all while the wholesome and seductive qualities of Seth Robinson’s enrapturing vocal leads help to pack your bags for you and place you on a train to Kentucky to go and meet him.

For fans of Elvis Costello and The Hold Steady, Nowhere Fast is a sexy, slowed-down rock and roll band that belongs under the lights. Aeonian is produced by ex-Swellers singer/guitarist Nick Diener who has done an excellent job capturing those tricky subtleties in the digital sound that make recording a good, live rock and roll band so difficult. Here’s some songs to meet your next boyfriend or girlfriend to. Enjoy! Stream Aeonian below.

Nowhere Fast (ffo: The Menzingers, Flatliners) stream “Soft Spoken” off upcoming “Aeonian” LP

In preparation for their upcoming album, Aeonian, out October 5, 2018, Louisville rockers Nowhere Fast have released a new single, “Soft Spoken”. Stream that track below

Nowhere Fast (ffo: The Flatliners, The Menzingers) stream “Lifer” off new LP, “Aeonian”

Punk rock and roll/soul band Nowhere Fast out of Louisville, KY with NYC ties has a new album in the works. Aeonian, which releases October 5, 2018, is the culmination of over a decade of touring, recording, and playing shows around the DIY circuit of America’s Heartland.

Their first full-length Trials  dropped in 2013 and blends passionate punk-rock with harmonious rock and roll instrumentation reminiscent of Sunny Day Real Estate at points, and with Aeonian peaking its head 5 years later the band has had time to tighten and redefine that sound to produce what they are calling their “most mature and nuanced work to date.”

They’ve been kind enough to leave us with a little teaser, “Lifer” which you can stream below.

Nowhere Fast stream new song “Lifer”

Preparing to record their upcoming album “Aeonian”, Louisville rockers Nowhere Fast are streaming a demo of their new song “Lifer.” You can listen to it below.

“Aeonian” will be the follow up to their 2013 release “Trials” which you can find right here.

Free Album Download: Nowhere Fast – “Trials”

Louisville, Kentucky rock outfit Nowhere Fast is streaming their latest EP “Trials” for a free/name your own price download. Check it out/snag it below.

“Trials” was released in June 2013.

Nowhere Fast streams upcoming EP “Trials”

Louisville, Kentucky rock outfit Nowhere Fast is streaming their upcoming EP “Trials” on Bandcamp.

One can pre-order the album here.

You can also stream the album in full here.

Nowhere Fast announce release date and cover art for “Trials” EP

Kentucky punks Nowhere Fast will released their new EP “Trials” on June 25th.  Until its out you can download the band’s first two EPs for free here and stream one of the new songs from “Trials” here.

Nowhere Fast stream new song “Magnanimous: You Are Not”

Kentucky punks Nowhere Fast have premiered “Magnanimous: You Are Not,” another new song off their upcoming “Trials” EP right here.

No official release date yet for “Trials” but until its out you can download the band’s first two EPs for free here. If you missed it, we streamed “Royal City”, another song from the forthcoming EP a few weeks ago.

Nowhere Fast premiere “Royal City” off upcoming “Trials” EP

Today we are pleased to bring you an exclusive premiere of a brand new song from Kentucky punks Nowhere Fast.  “Royal City” will appear on the band’s upcoming “Trials” and it features Nick Diener of The Swellers.  Give that sucker a taste right here.

No official release date yet for the EP but until its out you can download the band’s first two EPs for free here.

Nowhere Fast (punk rock) set release date for upcoming album “Trials”

Kentucky punks Nowhere Fast have announced plans to self-release their debut full-length “Trials” on April 23rd.

If you haven’t heard ’em before, you can download their first two EPs for free here.

The band’s last release, and EP entitled “The Highlands Sessions,” came out in 2010. We’ll keep you posted as more details on their upcoming album surface.