No Alarms was born in Texas as the solo passion project of multi-instrumentalist Andrew Boles, and has since bloomed into a Detroit-based, fully-fledged, five-piece. No Alarms is blending the lines between modern indie pop and new wave revival, and building an engrossing live show from the ground up. The band, according to Skope Mag and MTM, “delivers infectious, arena sized pop hooks supported by an electro-pop-rockin’ instrumental foundation that infuses your being with memorable frequencies…incorporating a great deal of color within a stripped-down, neon-hued atmosphere.”
Their debut single Right is What’s Left was featured in an episode of ABC’s Kevin Probably Saves the World that originally aired on February 6th, 2018. The self-titled No Alarms EP was the 13th most added record on NACC college charts its debut week, and has since peaked at #132 on the NACC 200.
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Indie Pop, Indie Rock, Indie Electro, Electropop
Optimisitic, Positive, Driving, Amiable, Flowing, Bright, Carefree, Uplifting, Warm, Focused, Fun, Confident, Earnest, Hypnotic, Reflective, Slick, Bright
TRACK 01: “Right is What’s Left” — Right, Girl, Decision, Direction
TRACK 02: “Amateur Telephony” — Sins, Hello, Telephone, Say, Late, Friend, Call Out
TRACK 03: “The Ways” — Ways, Another Way, See, Glassy, Eyes, Save, Place
TRACK 04: “The Wrong Side” — Wrong, Side, Found, Ecstacy, Hide, Find, Life, Love
TRACK 05: “One More” — One More, Save, Dead, End, Take Two
Phoenix, Walk the Moon, Givers, Bloc Party, Foster the People
Bass Guitar, Bass Synth, Drums, Guitar, Synth, Male Vocals
“Right is What’s Left” – ABC’s “Kevin Probably Saves the World” S01E13, originally aired Feb 6th, 2016