Names Without Numbers Plans Debut EP Re-Issue

Courtesy: Indie Vision Music

Names Without Numbers will re-issue its debut EP next week.

The independent rock band will celebrate the 20th anniversary of the EP’s release with a new remastered re-issue of the record July 3.  The re-issue will come through Indie Vision Music.  In anticipation of the record’s re-issue, the band has made the EP’s song ‘This Hallmark Moment.’ available as an instant grat download with pre-orders.

The band was upbeat in talking about the EP’s re-issue in a collective statement.

Wow! We can’t believe it’s been 20 years since we recorded this EP, back when we were just kids,” the statement reads.  “Even though the lineup was a bit different back then, you can hear glimpses of where we were headed as a band. Listening to this again brings back so many memories of song and sound experimentation, best friends long-since moved away, and hours spent driving and sleeping in a stinky van. Recorded in the famous Mogis brothers’ studio in Lincoln, Nebraska before we had any business being there, it still makes us smile. We hope you enjoy it too!”

Names Without Numbers’ upcoming self-titled EP re-issue is just its latest release.  The band released its sophomore album Silos & Smokestacks last year.  The album is available to stream and download through its official website.

More information on Names Without Numbers’ EP re-issue is available along with all of the band’s latest news at:





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