The alt-pop collective No Alarms have returned with ‘Marble Bars’ February 8th.
Since coming together, No Alarms have secured support from Paste Magazine, became the 13th most added track on NACC college charts with their debut release and even found their music played on ABC series ‘Kevin Probably Saves The World’.
With a Spring US tour planned and a slot booked for Brite Winter Festival 2019, which Smallpools are headlining, No Alarms are on track to make 2019 their best year to date.
Standout Indie Pop Ensemble No Alarms Discuss The Unknown In ‘Marble Bars’
Having charted on the NACC 200, received support from Paste Magazine and recently announced they’ll be playing alongside Smallpools, alt-pop collective No Alarms return with ‘Marble Bars’ February 8th, discussing the idea of taking a leap of faith and the unknowns that come with it.
No Alarms was born in Texas as the solo passion project of multi-instrumentalist Andrew Boles. However, after founding No Alarms, Boles soon found Texas wasn’t a fitting environment for a neon-light saturated, synth-pop artist, so relocated to Detroit, leading to No Alarms becoming a five-piece. Andrew and his band members - Jack Reedy, Jordan McLanson, Stephen Werner, and Daryn DeCriscio- have been collaborating over the past year to develop their synergy as a group.
Since coming together, No Alarms have secured support from Paste Magazine, became the 13th most added track on NACC college charts with their debut release and even found their music played on ABC series ‘Kevin Probably Saves The World’. Through blending the lines between modern indie pop and new wave revival, with the help of producers with Sefi Carmel (Phil Collins, Massive Attack) and for this release Mario Borgatta (Foster the People, Muse, Young the Giant, Death Cab for Cutie), the ensemble have formed their own unique take on modern indie pop, whilst showcasing their early 00’s rock inspirations.