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Never Shout Never

Never Shout Never

Never Shout Never is an American Indie Rock band formed in Joplin, Missouri in 2007. The group have released five full-length albums and nine EPs. The name "Never Shout Never" originally referred exclusively to Christofer Drew Ingle until the touring band, previously referred to as "The Shout", joined Ingle to form "Never Shout Never" as a band with Ingle as front man.2007-08: Early careerChristofer Drew Ingle began making music under the alias nevershoutnever! in 2007 (age 16). His first exposure came through the internet, where he achieved success on Myspace before issuing the extended play, The Yippee EP on July 29, 2008. On July 30, 2008, he was featured on TRL, where he performed his single "Bigcitydreams." He toured with Hellogoodbye and Ace Enders in the fall of 2008.As of November 17, 2008, the official spelling of Ingle's alias became NeverShoutNever!. The spelling was updated on iTunes and his management company's site. An official statement regarding the reason behind the spelling change was not made available. NeverShoutNever! started touring with The Scene Aesthetic, The Honorary Title, and The Bigger Lights in late February 2009 and then toured with bands such as Forever the Sickest Kids, The Cab, We the Kings, and Mercy Mercedes, among others in spring 2009 as part of The Bamboozle Roadshow 2009. He played at both The Bamboozle Left 2009 and The Bamboozle 2009.2009-10: Warner Bros. signing and What Is LoveIt was announced on May 29, 2009, that Ingle had signed to Warner Bros. Records, ending a major-label bidding war. As part of the deal, Ingle runs and make releases on his own imprint label, Loveway Records. Ingle's alias became officially stylized as Never Shout Never. The Summer was Ingle's first release under Warner Bros. and was released on June 23, 2009. The first single from the EP, titled "Happy," was released on iTunes on March 3, 2009.A self-titled EP, Never Shout Never was released in December 2009 and featured two songs from his upcoming debut album (What Is Love and Jane Doe), a re-recorded version of a song from The Yippee EP (She's Got Style), and a live version of a song from The Yippee EP (Big City Dreams). The debut album from Never Shout Never, What Is Love?, was produced by Butch Walker and released in January 2010. Never Shout Never performed on the Vans Warped Tour 2010, which toured all over the United States.2010-11: Harmony and Time TravelNever Shout Never headlined their first Warped Tour in Summer of 2010. Never Shout Never's second full length album, Harmony, was released in August 2010. In October and November 2010, Never Shout Never co-headlined the Harmony Tour, where they had fans gather can foods to help those in need. As a gift to the fans, Never Shout Never and The Maine released a live split EP. The split EP was made available for free download on Never Shout Never's website.The band's hometown, Joplin, Missouri, was heavily damaged by a tornado on May 22, 2011. Following the destruction, Ingle began a relief fund with United Way to raise $1 million for his hometown. To raise awareness about the devastation of Joplin, Ingle took video footage of the destruction and posted it on YouTube on June 1, 2011. The video, which features the song "Time Travel", encouraged viewers to donate to the relief of the town via his United Way fund.Never Shout Never's third full-length album, Time Travel was released on September 20, 2011.2012: BryanStars incident and IndigoOn June 3, 2012, Never Shout Never was interviewed by BryanStars, in an interview that was being covered by the New York Times. About halfway through the interview, Ingle cut Bryan off, calling his show "a joke" and his questions "bullshit". As a result, the band ended the interview, and BryanStars was in tears because of it. An outpour of support for BryanStars happened as a result, and many musicians shared their words of support including Kellin Quinn of Sleeping with Sirens. In a Stickam broadcast, he had said he had felt bad that he made him cry. Ingle later admitted that he had taken acid earlier the day of the interview. Ingle was arrested the same day for possession of marijuana.Ingle first revealed the title of their fourth studio album in an interview with Alter The Press! on May 8, 2012, and on September 20, via his Twitter account, he announced the release date of his new album Indigo. Never Shout Never's fourth full-length album, Indigo was released November 13, 2012. It debuted at a disappointing 194 on the Billboard 200, a steep decline from their previous high of 14. They toured the US on the Indigo tour in late 2012.2013-present: SunflowerDuring 2013, Never Shout Never went back onto the Warped Tour lineup after a three-year break. During the Warped Tour, Ingle had also teamed with BandHappy, an organization in which experienced musicians taught amateurs how to reach success. He had led a workshop in which a limited amount of fans could ask questions and learn from him, with the addition of a one-on-one meet and greet. Never Shout Never released their fifth album, under the name of 'Sunflower', on July 2, 2013.

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