PREMIERE: Nevertel’s at their best in “Everything In My Mind”

We are proud to premiere the music video for Nevertel’s newest single, “Everything In My Mind”.

We’ve kept an eye on Nevertel since their debut single in 2015, “Rebound.” Shortly after, they put together a strong debut album in Living Fiction, which was impressively self-produced. Nevertel really started to gain traction with their first EP, Deep Down, in 2017. Memorable tracks like “Cold” and “Down” couldn’t escape my brain, racking up tons of replays thanks to the unique, polished sound of the group. My first piece of writing came about last year when Nevertel released “No Reverse,” and I had the pleasure of previously debuting their single “Another Lie” in February.

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Premiere: Nevertel Has You Caught in “Another Lie”

A band that’s flown under the radar for several years now is Nevertel. A seriously-underrated act, these rockers have a knack for blending post-hardcore and rap without one genre overtaking the other. Their 2018 EP Deep Down is an easy top-5 of all time for me, with every song sticking out. Employing other elements like the layering of electronic effects, stellar unclean vocals and strong bridges make Nevertel a standout act.

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Tampa alt-rockers Nevertel shoot for the stars on catchy new single, “All Good” (TNF Premiere)

If you’re like us and you love when genres of music blend together effortlessly, you’ve certainly come to the right place today. We’re stoked to be bringing you “All Good”, the impressive new single from Florida’s Nevertel. For the uninitiated, the young band deftly blends together modern alt-rock/post-hardcore vibes (Hands Like Houses is a noted influence) and hip-hop/pop influences (think Issues) for an interesting mixture of styles.

In their short few years together, Nevertel has already played shows with the likes of Convictions and Eyes Set To Kill, as well as playing many a headliner of their own in Central Florida. Given that the band members originally played in metalcore bands, their level of instrumentation is a bit more dialed back now – yet still effective. In short, you should dig this quite a bit. We sure do.

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