The guys are bringing their music to a national audience with their first official release. The album has already hit the charts and remains as the guys tour relentlessly this summer to promote the new music.
It’s hard to pin down exactly what the influences are for the music. It’s tough to find a peer in the main spotlight in country today, but that may play to the band’s advantage as they work to build their following.
I played the music for my girlfriend and before I could ask who she thought they sounded like she asked, “Who is this? I like them.”
That’s a good sign for a band looking to make a dent in the mainstream country music world.
Who is No Justice
After a few big hits on the Texas charts, No Justice is ready for the national stage. The guys have been recording for years while honing their skills on the road with big country acts like Willie Nelson, Dierks Bentley, and Cross Canadian Ragweed.
The first release for the guys in No Justice is 2nd Avenue. You can check out the title track below and also watch the live performance video.
No Justice Music
There is definitely some rock mixed in the tunes No Justice has. There is also a groovy kind of attitude-rock that was popular in the ’90s. Bands like Hootie & The Blowfish and Candlebox come to mind for some reason. I can’t quite pin down what the music sounds like. There are not any current country acts out there on a national level that sound like No Justice and that’s a good thing.
There is a little Texas, Oklahoma feel from the veins of Cross Canadian Ragweed in the music also. The music down there has its own attitude and passion and that’s what makes it great for country.
I remember when Pat Green found huge national success. It was great for the state of Texas and great for fans all over that got to enjoy the music that was so popular for so long deep in the heart.
No Justice seems to have a unique sound that will appeal to a big group of country fans. Perhaps the guys will even be able to take country music in a slightly new direction. Every once and a while there is a band that comes along that is successful in changing things. These bands never sound like any other mainstream act, but the music is something people enjoy and that combination can lead to great things.
Those are lofty sights for a relatively new band on the national scene, but dreams have to start somewhere.
Check out No Justice…
Love Song – No Justice
2nd Avenue – No Justice
2nd Avenue – Live Video – No JusticeCheck out the band’s Website: No Justice
And a hat tip to the guys’ marketing team for the heads up and for the photo: Transfer Media Group | No Justice