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The Times New Roman

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"TNR Interview with PensEyeView"

These first sessions have led to the band’s first EP release, “The Warehouse Sessions.” And much like the assorted background of the setting they played in (an actual warehouse complete with crates and stripper poles), the collection contains tunes that jump up and down the genre-meter; what they call a “batch of audible experimentation.” It’s a great listen, riffs, chords and mixed lyrics included. The Times New Roman are trying to spread the word through their evolving stage show, so check them out when you stop in Baltimore. - Pens Eye View


The Warehouse Sessions 2008
Shy Anne (Single) 2009
Burns Like It Should (Single) 2009
Both have been featured on Baltimore's 98 Rock.
In the studio now, working on our debut full length, "Passengers" due out this spring.



The Times New Roman are a 5 piece Rock band from Baltimore, Maryland. Originally forming in the early months of 2008, TNR has risen up the Baltimore music scene playing such venues as Rams Head Live, Recher Theatre, Sonar and The Quarter at Bourbon Street.

Due out this Spring, "Passengers" will be the band's first full length release. These songs, which came out of writing and recording sessions in the band's warehouse practice space, are as diverse as the products surrounding them. The warehouse, with pallets stacked with stripper poles and boxes floor to ceiling of everything from drinking games to mirror balls, helped create a loose atmosphere for the band to write and record. Day long jam sessions turned into nights which turned into a mix of melodic, rock, and psychedelic bass driven tracks that come together to match the diversity of the band itself.

While every member hails from a different part of the country, this original rock band has made Baltimore home. Drawing on a diverse range of influences TNR finds commonality in the music they write together and draw on experiences gained throughout their travels. With standout tracks like "This City Is..." "Plastic" and "Underground", The Times New Roman demonstrate their ability to knock you down with in your face rock, pick you up with resonating hooks and have you singing along for days on end.