Known by many as the first band ever to be kicked out of Wal-Mart for playing an illegal show,
Brett Newski & the No Tomorrow are 90's kids touring all over Europe & N America this fall.
Brett Newski has certainly kicked his own ass over the past 6 years, touring infinitely (mostly alone) and wandering down the rabbit hole of anxiety, depression, and wallowing self-doubt. All of these negatives have blossomed into positive creative energy on his third LP.
"Anxiety can actually be a good thing. If you use it right, that nervous energy can be channeled into motivation or creativity," explains Newski. "Even the most seemingly confident people have self doubt."
Produced by Hutch Harris of Sub-Pop & Saddle Creek legends The Thermals and engineered by Beau Sorenson (Death Cab for Cutie, Superchunk, Bob Mould), Life Upside Down is a beautiful catharsis to a happier brain and sense of belonging. If you frequently find yourself stuck in your own head traffic, this record might help get you free.
"Loudest acoustic act ever." -Daytrotter
“NICE POWER POP.” -WXPN, Philadelphia
"I like the sound and the way he is forcing the world to contend with him." -Brian Ritchie, Violent Femmes
"Good proper Midwestern indie rock." -Matthew Logan Vasquez, Delta Spirit
"Newski offers a tough brand of DIY folk music that has evoked comparisons to Billy Bragg." -Boston Globe
Everyone is under the thumb of something: anxiety, toxic relationships, self-bullying, a miserable job, the list goes on. Life Upside Down is an album about turning life right side up. It's about getting free from the worst enemy of all: thyself.