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by New Sincerity Works

Melodic guitar driven alt-pop that meets Americana and 80's new wav in a layered, emotional mashup. These heart on your sleeve vignettes are bittersweet melodies you'll not soon forget.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Dreams Worth Keeping
2:38 album only
2. Champion!
4:35 album only
3. Nowadays
5:06 album only
4. Our Room Shares a Door
3:24 album only
5. Learning to Walk
3:57 album only
6. Heart Full of Nots
4:17 album only
7. Quit Your Bitching
5:27 album only
8. The Upside of Being Down
3:49 album only
9. Lips Miss Talking
5:06 album only
10. Killing You Hardly
5:17 album only
11. The First Goodbye
4:51 album only
12. The Best Tears of Our Lives
6:01 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Nowadays is New Sincerity Work's second album written and recorded nine months after their debut 44 appeared in 2015. It was performed by Mike Tittel, Roger Klug, Bob Nyswonger, Mike Landis, Greg Tudor and Tom White. Additionally Scott Covrette, Jon Roket and Pat O'Callaghan contributed to the songs.

This is the number two record in the trilogy of change.

If NSW was a concept band about life and love and if the debut "44" was the expression of raw heart ache and pain, Nowadays is the dense, neutral, reflective rock album about moving on, singing songs and thriving up in here. Of course the band isn't a concept band so maybe this is just speculation of what the music is about.

What is known is the music showcases a more assured New Sincerity Works and a more confident Mike Tittel who tried harder to sing professionally, this time around. "I was aware we were making a record. Which I wasn't really aware of during the previous record. I also realized that people might actually listen to this. I tried to add value where I could. I'm certainly more likely to share this one."

Albums document a moment in time, in life and in Fruit Hill.

The winter of 2015-2016 was the coldest in Ohio history. It reflects a warmth that could only be achieved through songs that exude a fondness and awareness of the bitter and the sweet. The music is thicker and layered. It wears a sweater. And the band delivers rock, punch and depth that comes through playing some shows together and the acquisition of bourbon that was leveraged during the recording process.

Favorite songs.

Well first off it's an album. So its best listened to from start to finish, loudly. But there is ear candy galore here. Try "Learning to Walk" and "The Upside to Being Down" if you want to hear radio ready stuff. There's a guaranteed tear in "Our Room Shares a Door" for those prone to such emotions. And there's even something bright for those great ones we can't get enough of. Yep, "Champion!" celebrates the best of the human race. It's new. It's fresh. It's us.



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