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It Was The Best Of Times

It Was The Best Of Times

It Was The Best Of Times


It Was the Best of Times is a five-piece band whose members all live in the several small, rural towns that make up Rhode Island. In may of 2008 It Was the Best of Times released their debut e.p. "Hot Blood" which was produced by Michael Poorman. The band has played with such national acts as Meg & Dia, Rise Against, Waking Ashland, Sherwood, Luke Bryant, This Day and Age, Murder by Death, Via Audio, Criteria, New Atlantic, The Higher, The Forecast, and many more. Read more on Last.fm
It Was the Best of Times is a five-piece band whose members all live in the several small, rural towns that make up Rhode Island. In may of 2008 It Was the Best of Times released their debut e.p. "Hot Blood" which was produced by Michael Poorman. The band has played with such national acts as Meg & Dia, Rise Against, Waking Ashland, Sherwood, Luke Bryant, This Day and Age, Murder by Death, Via Audio, Criteria, New Atlantic, The Higher, The Forecast, and many more.

Here is what some have said about IWTBOT's performances “Crunching lo-fi indie guitars, on again off again booty shaking back beat, and female vocals are random thoughts that come to mind when describing It Was The Best Of Times. They are a difficult beast to pin down because they take everything from dance floor beats, indie guitar swing, and standard rock ‘n’ roll and throw it into a blender.” – Marc Clarkin, Motif Magazine (April 2nd – 16th 2008 issue). “It Was The Best Of Times live show is packed with big hooks and tight, stop-and-pop dynamics, but the clincher may have come with [the song] “On Her Knees”. This one here is FM-ready, like right now, and we’re talking drive-time, not just the graveyard shift.” – Chris Conti, The Providence Phoenix (April 25th – May 1st issue). “It Was The Best Of Times’ debut e.p.

“Hot-Blood” features three radio friendly unit shifters crying for prime time spins.” - Motif Magazine (May 7th – May 20th 2008 issue). Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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