In our four-plus years as a website few bands have been featured as often as Massachusetts’ Nemes. From their early days of New England influenced pop punk, to their modern blend of folk and alternative rock, these young men have consistently produced some of the most engaging music we’ve heard. Today we have the great honor of premiering their first official music video and could not be more excited to share it with you. “Blues” has been a fan favorite since it was released and this clip more than does the music justice. You can view the video after …
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Our good friends in Worcester, MA rock group Nemes had their live video of “Blue Rose” selected as a Top 50 track for Mello Yellow‘s “One Track Find” competition. They need everyone’s help to try and win the ultimate grand prize of $25,000!
Please try and vote every single day because this could be a life-changing opportunity for this awesome band of brothers. Read the statement from Nemes below and be sure to give this band the opportunity they have been working many years for.
“HEY! Our live video of “Blue Rose” made it into the Top 50 for …
Massachusetts’ Nemes have released a cover of Nirvana’s “Heart Shaped Box” that is sure to cap your night off right.
Featuring the full band performing in unplugged fashion, Nemes’ take on “Heart Shaped Box” is a remarkable well done take on an oft-overplayed classic. You can view the performance for yourself, after the jump.
Nemes are planning to release their official video for “Blues” in the coming weeks. Stay tuned to UTG for release details and maybe, just maybe, the premiere.
Worcester, MA indie rock act Nemes have released a new song just in time for the new year.
Entitled “Blue Rose” and apparently recorded in a garage of some sort, the latest music from this ever-evolving act continues their growth from pop friendlies to folk masters with heartbreaking lyrics and beautiful instrumentation. You can discover the song for yourself, after the jump.
Album: Don’t Flush Me
On their 865 EP, Worcester, MA’s Nemes showcased a mashup of pop punk and folk sensibilities that was familiar enough for passing listeners, yet unique enough to set them apart from the faceless masses of “the scene.” Years of touring and dozens of concepts later, the group has re-emerged almost completely void of their pop punk angst and found a new sonic home all their own with their latest release, Don’t Flush Me.
Best friends of the site, Worcester’s Nemes, finally have a new album this week and UTG could not be more excited to have the exclusive premiere! Moving away from the more pop punk driven sound of 865, the band seems much more comfortable with themselves and their material on this release. Combining elements of rock,blues, folk, punk, and indie, allows us to introduce you to an album we can’t put down, Nemes’ Don’t Flush Me.
Nemes have ALMOST completed their new album, but need your help. If you want a new Nemes album, the band is asking that you support its release by contributing to their Kickstarter account. The group is only seeking $500 and have passed the 50% mark as of this post. Let’s get them all the way to $500 this week and FINALLY we can have some new material to enjoy. Click here to do your part!
Our friends in Nemes are finally gearing up to release their new album and UTG has just received footage of the band performing one of their new songs. Click below to view an unplugged performance of “Blues.” If you think this is good, wait until you hear the album version (which we’ll hopefully feature on UTG soon).
Speaker For The Dead, AKA Greg McKillop of Nemes fame, has released a brand new album entitled Devil Won’t Make Your Band Good. Click here to check it out.
Check out Nemes’ new song ‘Hooray’ after the jump.
To continue our celebration of both the holidays and surpassing 2000 posts, site favorites Nemes have bestowed a BRAND NEW, NEVER BEFORE HEARD/PERFORMED SONG entitled, “Happy Holidays.” Listen to it below and if you like what you here, click the link below it to download it FOR FREE!
So from all of us at UTG and NEMES, HAPPY HOLIDAYS!