Early Next Year

Early Next Year

Power Pop Indie Rock Punk Indie Pop Punk
In March 2007, powerpop quartet Early Next Year holed up in their Orlando, Florida home with producer Travis Adams (vocalist for the One Eleven Records band, Inkwell) to record their infectious debut LP entitled "Catch These Words", which was independently released July 3, 2007. Previously they had formed in 2003, spent 2004 playing shows around the Sunshine State, and 2005 saw the independent release of their well-received EP, "Sarcasm is Your Friend. More Info »

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    Catch These Words
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Early Next Year. Artist Bio

In March 2007, powerpop quartet Early Next Year holed up in their Orlando, Florida home with producer Travis Adams (vocalist for the One Eleven Records band, Inkwell) to record their infectious debut LP entitled "Catch These Words", which was independently released July 3, 2007.

Previously they had formed in 2003, spent 2004 playing shows around the Sunshine State, and 2005 saw the independent release of their well-received EP, "Sarcasm is Your Friend." Rather than focus on the past and what they have done, Wes Locher (vocals, guitar, moog), Doug McPherson (guitar), Bert Long (bass, vocals), and JoAnna Leitch (drums) are more focused on the future, and what they will do... have everyone singing along. Say hello to Early Next Year.

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