Never Going Back to Ok
With Never Going Back To OK, The Afters prove that the "sophomore slump" is a myth. On their second record the Afters deliver an ingeniously crafted commercial record that will make people stand up and pay attention. From the up-tempo,...
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With Never Going Back To OK, The Afters prove that the "sophomore slump" is a myth. On their second record the Afters deliver an ingeniously crafted commercial record that will make people stand up and pay attention. From the up-tempo, infectious encouragement of the title track to the raw contemplative honesty of 'One Moment Away,' Never Going Back To OK delivers the promise of being name GMA New Artist Of The Year.
:The Afters are back with an impressive follow-up to their critically acclaimed debut. Never Going Back to OK is the perfect representation of their thought provoking contemporary rock style, including the hit single title track plus 'The Secret Parade,' 'Ocean Wide,' and more.
1. The Secret Parade
- 1. The Secret ParadeThe Afters0:59
- 2. Never Going Back To OkThe Afters0:59
- 3. Keeping Me AliveThe Afters0:59
- 4. TonightThe Afters0:59
- 5. Ocean WideThe Afters0:59
- 6. Myspace GirlThe Afters0:59
- 7. We Are The SoundThe Afters0:59
- 8. Falling Into PlaceThe Afters0:59
- 9. Beautiful WordsThe Afters0:59
- 10. Forty-twoThe Afters0:59
- 11. Summer AgainThe Afters0:59
- 12. One Moment AwayThe Afters0:59
Founded by Joshua Havens (vocals/guitar/keyboard) and Matt Fuqua (guitar/backing vocals), and originally called Blisse, The Afters was formed as the two musicians who worked together as baristas at a Starbucks in Mesquite, Texas began playing for customers at the local coffee shop. Their popularity and fan-base spread as Joshua and Matt eventually moved on to performing at local clubs in the Dallas area. After catching the attention of a Nashville record label, the band, which also includes bassist Jordan Mohilowski and bassist Dan Ostebo, gained popularity with its first single Beautiful Love. The song was used as the theme song for MTV's hit show "8th and Ocean" and was also featured in the 2006 Lindsay Lohan film, "Just My Luck."