Detroit based 5 piece band, No Alarms, have managed to create their own new, unique genre of music called Indie/Alternative Pop by blending together their upbeat live band elements and rhythmic synths.
Their latest single, ‘Find Me’ is about to resonate with people everywhere. The song is all about embracing who you are, whoever that might be. Music has always had the power to bring people together and this song can definitely do that. Telling people to be creative and unique instead of feeling the pressure to fit into the mould that society has created for us today.
Having being described as delivering “infectious arena sized pop hooks” by Skope Mag & MTM, the band are on their way to great things. They even secured their place on the ABC network, with their debut single, ‘Right Is What’s Left’ being featured on the show, ‘Kevin Probably Saves the World’. So be sure to listen out for them next time you turn on your television!
The band’s self-titled EP was the 13th most added record on the North American College & Community Chart (NACC) in its debut week, which is an impressive achievement. They are also still receiving great commercial and college radio support back in Detroit.
If you ever get the opportunity to see No Alarms live, you won’t regret it. Building a full, captivating and compelling live show from the ground up, the band use a multitude of colour and lights to create a “neon-hued” atmosphere. This is something you can get a sneak peak of and experience in their upcoming video for ‘Find Me’, coming soon.