Brazilian pop-punk/emo band Inner 29 released their new EP ‘Now and Again, Here’ via Indie Vision Music. The EP is full of catchy choruses, punchy guitars, and piano-driven pop-punk music.
Inner 29 started out as a project of Mateus Freitas (vocals/guitar/piano), who produced and recorded some demos in his bedroom in early 2018. He sent the songs to his closest friends, and based on their feedback, decided to record an EP on a professional studio under the name Inner 29. He then invited his friends Anderson Leonardo (bass/vocals) and Alexandre Junior (guitar/vocals) to join the band.
Inspired by bands like Relient K, Mae, and Jimmy Eat World, they set out to make memorable music and tracked their debut EP. With warm-hearted reception from the scene in their hometown, the debut also caught the attention of US-based record label Indie Vision Music.
Though distributed independently at first, the EP ‘Now and Again, Here’ has been re-released through Indie Vision Music. It was remixed and mastered by Troy Glessner (New Found Glory, Neck Deep, Emery). In addition, it has new artwork and two new songs were added.
Bringing a refreshing take on pop-punk and emo, with sound and aesthetic reminiscent of the 2000s and thoughtful lyrics, Inner 29 is a band to watch.