Today’s song of the day, featured on The Morning Show with John Richards, is "AZ" by Now, Now from the 2018 album Saved on Trans- Records.
WRITTEN BY JASMINE ALBERTSON
PHOTO BY Sam san roman

Now, Now (fka Now, Now Every Children) are finally returning with their third album Saved this summer on Chris Walla’s Trans- Records. The time since their last studio album, Threads, has been long - nearly six years - but based on the early singles off Saved, very much worth the wait. “AZ” is the third song to be shared from the album, and is a hazy slow-builder with a summery sheen to it. Drummer Brad Hale, one half of the band, told the Fader of the sonic differences between their last album and Saved, explaining: "We've never had a summer-feeling album before, and I wanted it out to come out in the summer.” Singer/songwriter Cacie (KC) Dalager continued, saying: "I've never experienced writing a song that I actually want to listen to before. This feels like the first record where, if I was on the radio scanning channels, I'd be like, 'What is that? I want to hear that.' That's never happened before." Previously shared singles include “SGL” and “Yours,” with Saved out on May 18. Now, Now are currently on Paramore’s PARAHOY! cruise tour and will be in Seattle on Monday, July 30 to play the Crocodile. 

 

 

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