The press continues to shower praise on The New Up not only for singles from their upcoming release “Tiny Mirrors” (release date 2/3/17) , but also for their “electric stage presence” when performing live. Grateful Web, who reviewed a recent performance at West Sacramento’s Yolo Brewing Co., proclaims in their review that The New Up’s “live sound is just as impressive, if not more so their recorded tracks.” Catch the whole review, as well as some cool pictures, here.
In addition, a super cool and creative blog, “Diandra Reviews It All” spilled some proverbial ink for the newly (and softly – as in only streaming on soundcloud at the moment) released single “No Fly Zone”. The well-crafted review cleverly notes that ES Pitcher’s voice “has a phenomenal range that she casually scores through the song to show off her boredom with being bored.” Diandra reveals her glorious inner workings in the humbly creative review, perceptively and inquisitively noting that “”No Fly Zone” is the stirring of listeners’ spirits to break apathy, and combat the exhaustion that can overtake a person when they see the irrational constructs of humankind, especially when its comes to borders. Read the entire review here.