Names Without Numbers Release New Song “The Dragonfly and The Owl” New Album “Silos & Smokestacks” Out December 13th on Indie Vision Music

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Stream the new song “The Dragonfly and The Owl”:

Indie Vision Music is proud to present the brand new full-length effort from Names Without Numbers (Omaha, NE / Council Bluffs, IA). This band took a long break between their debut in the early part of the last decade but are back with a powerful and incredibly catchy follow up. This high quality in every sense of the word from the production to songwriting and musicality. It’s everything you want a good rock band to sound like and then some. If you’re into bands like Anberlin, Jimmy Eat World, Further Seems Forever, The All American Rejects, The Juliana Theory, Brandtson, Acceptance, Mae, and Eager Seas, then you’re going to fall in love with this new album.

About the song “The Dragonfly and The Owl”:
The song The Dragonfly and the Owl is a rock and roll lullaby, written in an attempt to communicate a parent’s love to their child, even though the child may not fully comprehend the depth of that love.

Names Without Numbers is back with a long-overdue second full-length album, Silos & Smokestacks. With the help of longtime friend and producer, Michael King, they’ve taken their guitar-driven indie rock style and blended in plenty of pop sensibility, with melodies you’ll have stuck in your head for days.

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Coming Soon From Indie Vision Music:

Inner 29 – Now and Again, Here November 22nd

Heart Like War – Thoughts On This Ep December 6th

No Lost Cause – P.S. November 6th

Names Without Numbers – Silos & Smokestacks December 13th

Mainframe – Ties That Bind Out Now

The Blamed – The Church Is Hurting People Out Now

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