No/Hugs controversial and shocking new music video dropped on September 06th 2019 and has taken their followers by a storm of surprise.
In/Tension is signed by L.A based titan producer Alvin Wee (worked on Hollywood blockbusters such as Kingsmen, Snoop Dog etc.) and carries the bands characteristic blend of pop alternative, pop/punk as well as a dash of fresh EDM/Dubstep twist.
The song kicks your ears in every single way that you need it to and combines elements of a refreshing new genre-to-the-make.
It’s the band’s music video that has the town talking. Their highly sarcastic twist on pop culture’s sexualization and objectification is refreshing , and there’s a not-so-subtle amount of provocative symbolism throughout the video.
Fresh off their soldout European tour, No/Hugs is now preparing for their upcoming year – where they will be opening for Lupe Fiasco and other major headlining acts.
No/Hugs serves the alternative realm with hook heavy pop and an intense pop/punk live show.
Ok! Magazine featured Narcissus A-Ngel (singer) on its June 2019 cover, claiming her to be the heir of legendary Janis Joplin. Her powerhouse, bourbon tinged vocals have been praised by national and international publications to be a must-hear.
No/Hugs was invited by Greek Rock Legend Vasilis Papakonstantinou (worked with Scorpions) to open his shows in Europe at the sold-out festival of EDON in Nicosia,Cyprus. Recently the band completed their Summer 2019 European tour with great success, a headlining sold-out show and sold-out appearances at festivals.
2019 saw No/Hugs on the rise, with an endorsement from AUDIX MICROPHONES USA and a signature microphone (AUDIX VX5) for the lead singer as well as a featured artist at their EXPO stage at NAMM2019. Their south/west coast tour run started with a slot at SXSW2019 as well as a sold-out appearance at the world renowned Whisky A-Go-Go.
In 2018 the band was discovered by Kevin Lyman (Warped Tour’s CEO). No/Hugs was handpicked by him to open the last Vans Warped Tour in Mansfield, MA at the Xfinity Center amongst bands like the Maine, Tonight Alive, State Champs, Motionless in White.