Indie rockers drops debut EP.
By Michael Hartmann. February 21, 2020
Indie rockers Neverman just released their debut EP, It’s Not A Prison, It’s A Prism. Their songs carry a pounding energy and the lyrics provoke thought. I feel lucky to have discovered this band.
Not only do they produce great music. They have a special story to tell: A crushed larynx prevented frontman Matt McGowan from singing for three years. But it didn’t stop him from developing an arsenal of songs.
Earlier this week, the four-piece band dropped Ibiza ’98. It was a taste of their upcoming EP. I instantly fell in love with the song and the black and white video.
Matt, Aaron, Craig and Liam have amassed a dedicated fanbase in Portsmouth.
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Neverman headlined Wedgewood rooms, with plenty of support from local press and some BBC Introducing coverage. Since then they have played at Victorious Festival and gone on to record their debut EP.
Check it out.
Their music is powerful and emotional. It lifts me up. It makes me think. Who can ask for more?
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