Do you remember the good old days, like the late 90's, early 2000's, when nerds were looked upon as inferiors in most social circles? When if you wore funny glasses and played too many video games, athletes from your high school would hold you by your ankles, and remove you of all money in ritualistic fashion? When if you wore bowties and generally cared about grades, you were ceremonially subjected to having your face held in a flushing toilet? When, instead of being seen as "edgy" or "hipster" for listening to old classic rock bands, relentless hordes of people would shout in a howling clamor such derogatory terms as "dweeb," "poindexter," or "dillweed!"? When even the mere sight of a pocket protector incited riotous throngs of adolescents, eyes red, hearts aflame, with the intention wedgie-ing the offending victim?
Nerds in Denial wishes to bring you back to this time in recent history, where being a nerd, a dork, or a geek wasn't just degrading: it was dangerous. With our charming personalities, groovy music, and metrosexual aesthetic, you'll be sure to love every single nostalgic moment of our performance, whether live, recorded, or some sort of strange hybrid that we're sure will be the new technological advent in the near future.
But we're not actually nerds. It's like an irony thing.
We're really not.