You don't become a legacy band overnight. While tons of bands have overnight major label success, with corporate
radio, MTV, or teen magazine spreads, they don't have careers, and they fade, almost faster than they arrived. You
become a legacy band by innovating, not imitating. You do it by constantly writing songs and albums that connect
with people in a way that they remember and appreciate, in a way that creates a need to see you when you visit
their city. For over 13 years The Early November have been inspiring fans and bands with their unique blend of
indie and alternative rock. The band's last 3 releases have all sold over 100,000 copies each. It's been over 6 years
since The Early November last put out a record, so the anticipation from fans and critics has been growing stronger
and stronger with the release of "In Currents" approaching.
Ironically, The Early November seem bigger these days then ever before. They’ve been able to keep all of their old
fans, as well as establish a whole new generation of fans, whose enthusiasm for the band is just as strong, if not
stronger. From front to back, In Currents is a journey of the struggles and the joys in life that we can't see coming.
Every second of it feels more real than anything they've ever done, and they've never been more invested in a
record in their career, tracking the entire record themselves in their own studio. The people spoke and demanded a
new The Early November album, and with "In Currents" the band responded with their best body of work to date.