Bustling out of a city with vast musical history with a sound influenced by pop rock and pop punk alike, Chicago pop rockers Nobody Move is hoping their new single “Toothache” follows in the footsteps of their first hit singles “Starless Sky” and “Hips.” “Toothache” and “Hips” will both be featured on the band’s forthcoming label debut, entitled Science Fiction, that should be released this summer.
“”Toothache” is a song about needing someone else while not thinking you’re good enough for them. The thing I love the most about it is the underlining light hearted way of singing about something that is serious. When someone else doesn’t want you back, it sucks! It’s almost like joking about it to slightly make it feel okay. Pete Wentz is the king of that! Also, not to mention Alex’s awesome ad libs in the last chorus!” – Zach Krugman (Vocals/Guitar)
About Nobody Move:
Nobody Move is a pop-rock quartet that quickly caught the attention in their hometown of Chicago with the release of their debut album. But what quickly made fans nationwide take notice to this up and coming outfit was their lead single “Hips” off the forthcoming full length entitled Science Fiction. The single along with being listed as a Band You Need To Know on the Poppunkers subreddit quickly led Imminence Records to sign this hot newcomer from a city with a rich musical history. Nobody Move is a band that strives to have a great time while making music they love. This shows in their live performance as well as they create an entertaining, energetic show for everyone they play in front of. The band is ready to take on the world as Science Fiction inches closer to being released worldwide this summer.