They call their music Dance Rock and dancable it surely is! They come from Knoxville (Tennessee) and the most remarkable thing about "Oh no Fiasco" besides their own sound is the Voice of Singer Lindsey Stamey. She formed the band together with guitarist Seth Rowlette, bassist Thomas Boyd, and brothers Colin and Kamryn Cunningham, drummer and keyboardist.
Their homepage says: "This is the most powerful project that I've ever been a part of," Stamey explains, adding that the band is an evolution of their past experiences and their desire for new ones. And with new experiences comes an entirely new enticing sound that leaves dancers, head bangers, and wallflowers alike salivating."
So if you wanna get into the expierence and are totaly new to "Oh No Fiasco" maybe don't start your pre-listening with track 1, because even if "Stand in Lover" is their first single out of this album it maybe also ist the most "normal" and "mainstream" song out of the 7 songs of this album, that won't show you the potential that lies within this band. So better start your pre-listening with track 4 "clarity" which is supposedly better fitting to get to know the special sound.
But in the end, the best thing to do would be just to buy this album and get into the "Oh No Fiasco" expierence today. It is a great mix from rock and sentimental songs combined with an extraordinary voice, so that "Oh No Fiasco" has clearly the potential to much mauch more than just a mp3-album!!
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