The Not-Its Announce ‘Ready Or Not!’ Release Date

Courtesy: Burnside Distribution/Sugar Mountain PR

Kindie-rock band The Not-Its will release its next album this fall.

The Seattle, Washington-based band’s seventh full-length studio recording Ready Or Not is scheduled to be released September 21 via Burnside Distribution.  It features 12 new songs from the band that cover plenty of ground, lyrically speaking, including trying to chase down a runaway bike, getting lost in a pile of lies, facing the challenge of curriculum night at school and more.

Digital pre-orders for the album are available now via bandcamp.  Physical pre-orders are available via the Not-Its’ official website.  The album was produced earlier this year by Martin Feveyear at Earwig Studios in Seattle, Washington.  It’s cover art was designed by Sub-Pop Records designer Jesse LeDoux.

The Not-Its co-vocalist Danny Adamson said the album offers plenty for listeners to appreciate.

“We’re really proud of this album,” Adamson said.  “We spent a lot of time in the studio with Martin, crafting these songs.  Among all of us, there were a lot of great ideas floating around.  One of the things we pride ourselves in, especially on Ready or Not!, are the small details on the album.  Not only is the album fun and imaginative, but it also has the cool drum fill or the perfect pick slide that the music snob indie rocker in all of us can appreciate.”

The Not-Its gave listeners a preview of its new album August 11 at the Sub-Pop SPF/30 Music Festival and at Madison Square Park in New York City on August 15.  More live dates in support of Ready or Not! will be announced in the weeks to come.  Those dates and more information will be available online at:






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