In the grand tradition of U2’s “Where The Streets Have No Name” video treatment and many a guerilla rooftop concert moment caught on tape a la The Beatles and Limp Bizkit comes a different sort of moment captured by Nashua, NH’s own No More Blue Tomorrows. A moment at the top of a parking garage. Where (mostly) no one shows up (Insert bug-eyed emoji here). But in a good way.
With “Chaperone”, No More Blue Tomorrows is bringing you a hearty dose of some heady Honky-Tonk…from the Northeast. They’re a “a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma” and having a grand ole time doing it. And it shows in this mini-movie shot by Benjamin Bate that gives fans a snapshot into an imaginary day in the life of No More Blue Tomorrows that includes shenanigans at a local watering hole before the ill-fated outdoor concert. And in our humble opinion, we need more video treatments like this because when was the last time you genuinely had fun sitting down and watching your favorite artist rawk out on YouTube?
But I digress!
The music itself is a rollicking ruckus that easily highlights Connor Coburn and Zak Lombard’s sick strumming and Peter Owen Davis’ robust rumbling behind the kit with Coburn’s sunshiney disposition on the mic exuding a radiant energy. Trust us, if this is your first introduction to the Nashua outfit then it’s a good one to get started with!
“Chaperone” is out to view and stream on May 13th and you can do your part and be in the know by following No More Blue Tomorrows via their socials by clicking here or here. And if you want to get the full “Chaperone” experience, head over to the setting for some of the vid in Nashua and check out the trio LIVE at The Peddler’s Daughter on release day this Friday. Deets on that here.