Taking in different elements of the music around them, Never Means Maybe have crafted a style and sound to their music that is difficult to pin down; no mean feat in today’s copycat world of music. Emerging from the burgeoning Essex music scene, under the signature of ‘pop-post-hardcore’ Never Means Maybe encompass everything this style suggests; and many more beside. Imagine Story of the Year getting it on with Glassjaw, while Funeral for a Friend are at war with Refused, and you may get somewhere close to where this band is heading. Hard-hitting drums, syncopated riffs, epic choruses and a three pronged vocal attack helps Never Means Maybe stand out from the proverbial crowd.

Having clocked up an impressive 400 plus shows up and down the country in the last few years, Never Means Maybes live show is something to behold. 100% energy and enthusiasm every night, this is 5 guys wearing their hearts on their sleeves and loving every minute of it. Having toured with the likes of Bury Tomorrow and My Passion as well as numerous headline tours the band were a huge hit on the festival circuit in 2010 playing storming sets at Download, Sonisphere, T in the Park and Hevy as well.

2011 saw the release of their second E.P ‘Strangers’ with the singles ‘Ziva Killed Houdini’ and ‘Inhale The Chaos’ being mainstays on Scuzz TV and Kerrang, currently writing for their debut album as well as touring to promote the latest release it’s going to be a very busy year for this Essex quintet and they wouldn’t have it any other way.

Edited by nevermeansmaybe on 9 Jun 2011, 11:24

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