Influenced by punk/indie/ska and radical females, NOMORE imaginatively described their genre as 'punk rock to save the world'. Socio-political punk, infused with female harmonies, embody the idea that singing and dancing together can liberate us all. Inspired by the writings of Zinn, Chomsky, Orwell, and Klein, the mission remains to write songs about feminism, media, liberation, and cultural/global issues. With an affection for benefit shows and all-ages clubs, NOMORE has played with friends all over the country and continue to resonate and build relationships on a grassroots level.
In 2010 Heather Tabor, (formerly of Teen Idols, Bullets To Broadway) joined the band as NOMORE’s bass player and back-up vocalist. A veteran of the touring circuit, they had crossed paths for years playing many of the same venues, making the same jokes, and knowing the same friends. So it was a perfect fit, and added a sweet second female voice to the mix.
Previous independent releases include "Mental Slavery", "American Coverup", and "Just The Beginning."