Some facts about THE FUTURE EVERYBODY:
THE FUTURE EVERYBODY was once a quote.
THE FUTURE EVERYBODY are world famous for fifteen minutes.
THE FUTURE EVERYBODY are former members of bands.
THE FUTURE EVERYBODY are depicted in the above photo, and elsewhere.
THE FUTURE EVERYBODY are digital looking, analog feeling swordsmen.
THE FUTURE EVERYBODY released an EP; their first, titled “It Takes Nothing.”
THE FUTURE EVERYBODY have “an unprecedented sense of humor.”*
THE FUTURE EVERYBODY are vanilla cupcakes drizzled with champagne spiked with absinthe and set on fire.
THE FUTURE EVERYBODY are a nuisance to critics.
THE FUTURE EVERYBODY are prisoners anxiously awaiting their fate.
THE FUTURE EVERYBODY are not here to fill a void. They are the void.
THE FUTURE EVERYBODY are you. One day.
*according to Candice Mcduffie, Weekly Dig Boston
Richard P. Adkins - Drums, programming
Nate Rogers - Vocals, Guitar
Morgan Terrinoni - Guitar
Matthew A. Girard - Vocals, Bass, Trumpet
Veronica Dale - Keyboards and Synthesizers
2011: It Takes Nothing EP
Spring's starting line-up of new Boston rock
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"Nothing says spring like sugary indie pop, and the crew fronted by Nate Rogers (ex-Scamper) bring t..."Nothing says spring like sugary indie pop, and the crew fronted by Nate Rogers (ex-Scamper) bring the saccharine-sweet with new EP It Takes Nothing. Think the Rentals on happy pills."
DEFEND YOURSELF!: THE FUTURE EVERYBODY
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The Future Everybody is not only an extremely talented local band that seems to wreak havoc wherever...The Future Everybody is not only an extremely talented local band that seems to wreak havoc wherever they turn up, but one with an unprecedented sense of humor. Here, frontman Nate Rogers flexes his comedic muscles without hurting himself too much.
How has TFE been spending their time as of late?
Finishing our EP, replacing our drummer, growing beards and shaving them off, tearing down MySpace pages and fighting about handclaps. [Guitarist] Morgan [Terrinoni] hates handclaps.
What other Boston bands do you resonate with?
If by “resonate” you mean “drinking the beer that the other band brought to the rehearsal space,” I’d have to go with The Rationales.
Can you think of a time where you guys played a show where the audience wasn’t feeling you too much?
That would be a weird thing to advertise in a widely read alt-weekly, no? I’m just going to say that the release of the Natalie Portman/Ashton Kutcher movie No Strings Attached just ahead of our song, “Strings”—whose chorus is “no strings attached”—is very suspect.
Have you guys been working on any new material?
Totally. The first batch of stuff was mostly “Nate songs” that the rest of the band put the wallpaper on, but we’ve been steadily and doggedly shifting into a more collaborative thing.
How have the songs changed?
Now everyone else is writing and I’m just throwing words and melodies on top, which is a fun change for me. I’d say the overarching theme straddles the line between “indie pop that goes in some unexpected directions” and “man’s struggle against societal pressure.”
The Future Everybody – It Takes Nothing
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The Future Everybody know how to do power pop. “Amy (Don’t Blame Me)” makes that evident right from ...The Future Everybody know how to do power pop. “Amy (Don’t Blame Me)” makes that evident right from the start of their new EP, It Takes Nothing. There’s a horn arrangement in the chorus that’s absolutely spot on. It’s unexpected, but not the least bit out of place. “Pictures Of You” and “Strings” keep things snappy. There are bop-baddas, witty lyrics, clever bridges and memorable melodies.
It Takes Nothing closes with “Immortal”. The Mellotron-like intro is a nice touch. It’s the little things like this that make a good power pop record. In this case, though, it’s Nate Rogers’ man-unhinged lyrics that puts the song over the top.
Amy (Don't Blame Me)
Picture of You
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