NEVERWONDER has released 2 distinctive tracks for their fans old and new to enjoy. “Give It All” and “Movin On” are songs that speak from the heart.
In comment, Vincent Ramos, bassist of NEVERWONDER says “So, basically both situations to me are relatable, I have experienced both, And I believe many others do too. both songs have a powerful message – “do not take shit from anyone who can’t treat you right!”. They are about being able to stand on your own 2 feet no matter what, Which as a woman is a much needed message out there I think. Still many women will stay in an unhappy marriage or relationship cause they are afraid of being alone or concerned with how to pay the bills, how to make it work especially when there are kids involved, To me these 2 song are about, Standing up for yourself!”
In Review: “Give It All” and “Movin On“, both songs are stunning rock hard and power infused wake up calls for those who have lives that are troubled.
In “Give It All” one wakes up to the fact that life is not give everything you have and get nothing back, that you need to make you life what you want and that you need to defend yourself, even if it is from the one you thought loved you.
In “Movin On“, yes, life can be hard to rebuild, but the pain is not worth it, and was what you “lost” worth the anguish.
Both tracks are pure Rock and touch upon subjects that we have all had in our lives.
NEVERWONDER came into existence from their home base of Los Angeles with a unique sound that fuses rock, pop, and funky grooves. Their music is driven by strong musicianship and is rooted in life’s experiences.
The quartet has performed at high-profile venues such as the House of Blues (Los Angeles/Orange County), The Roxy, Key Club, The Viper Room, the Whiskey A Go Go, Galaxy Theater and The Coach House, and has been featured on the KLOS 95.5 radio “Local Licks” show highlighting fast-rising SoCal bands. Lately, NEVERWONDER has also been seen and heard at the Rock and Roll Marathon series all over the West Coast.
NEVERWONDER continues to produce lasting music that their die-hard music fans will love and for the new music lovers they gain along the way.
Since their return, Neverwonder has been greeted by positive articles inIndie Pulse Music, Rock N Roll Music Magazine, Anti-Music andRockwired, to name a few. A recent Neverwonder live show is reviewed in an upcoming issue of national respected publication, Music Connection. Titan L.A. rock station KLOS 95.5 just selected Neverwonder to be part of their high-profile “Next To Rock” competition (request the band’s song “Movin’ On,” here.
“When NEVERWONDER first made it onto Rockwired’s radar in 2006, it was love at first sight and sound,” writes the popular online magazine’s Editor, Brian Lush. “They’re back with a brand new EP and a lead singer (Fabienne Grisell) with a set of precious pipes that are able to navigate the band’s lofty musical ambitions. We are excited to see a new iteration of NEVERWONDER come into their own,” concludes Lush.
L.A. alternative-rock group NEVERWONDER are back in concert at the SilverLake Lounge, 2906 Sunset Blvd., Friday, September 7th, Showtime at 9:15 pm. Tickets: $10. 00 (with Neverwonder flier, must show at the door), $15.00 (without flier). Other bands on the bill as well. Info: (323) 663-9636 or visit http://thesilverlakelounge.ticketfly.com/.
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