We’re proud to release The No Tomorrow Boys – Live from the Banana Stand on September 25th, 2012. The preview track “Rosie Rose” is a great example of the blistering set the trio plowed through during their 18-song set. If you like this album, please donate a whatever amount you think is fair when downloading; all proceeds are split between us and the band so that we can both continue to create.
When we first heard The No Tomorrow Boys, we knew we had to record them. First started in Seattle, the boys have an image that’s a throwback to when rock-n-roll was truly rock-n-roll. Not indie rock. Not folk rock. Not punk rock. Rock-n-Roll. This live album represents what the band does best – ripping through a ton of roaring tunes at high speeds and loud volumes.
Yeah, they have an image. We think it’s cool. It’s not everyone’s style, but The No Tomorrow Boys go all out. And if there’s one thing we appreciate, it’s going all the way. We’ll be releasing a special music video from the night’s set with our visual partners Collective-47 Productions, and hope you’ll enjoy it as well. Remember: Rock-n-Roll never dies.
The No Tomorrow – Live from the Banana Stand was recorded before a live audience on March 17, 2012 at the Banana Stand in Portland, Oregon. The album was mixed and mastered by Mark Brachmann and Pat Kearns from PermaPress Recording Studios. Michael McInerney produced art for the album, which includes original photography from various ‘Standers and the original show poster, also by Brian David Smith. The Banana Stand would like to thank The No Tomorrow Boys (Danny, Matt, and Jimmy), all who participated in this album’s creation and anyone that has helped us out along the way. Find out more about The No Tomorrow Boys on Facebook.