thenewno2 - thefearofmissingout


HOT Records



Product No.:
AHOT 002
UPC: 601091074910
Limited Stock

Vinyl Record


or Add to Wishlist

thenewno2 releases their second full-length album, The Fear Of Missing Out, via H.O.T. Records Ltd. The album was produced by pHd, the moniker for band members and Grammy Award winners Dhani Harrison and Paul Hicks, and recorded in both Los Angeles and London.

Following their debut album You Are Here (2009), primarily written and recorded by Harrison, The Fear Of Missing Out is the first recording as a band featuring Harrison, Hicks, Jonathan Sadoff, Jeremy Faccone, Nick Fyffe and Frank Zummo.

Employing a combination of live and programmed instruments and adding in obscure samples to create an intricate collage of electronica sounds, the sonic textures in the record were enhanced by Harrison as well as guest vocalists RZA, Ben Harper, The Black Knights, Throunn Antonia (Fields, Beck's Record Club) and Holly Marilyn (The Child).

The fear of missing out is the title and driving concept behind the album. To Harrison, everything in life boils down to FOMO. "Everyone suffers from it in a different way," he says. "We all have a fear of missing out on something." The result is an album with a multitude of themes, including avoiding change and of course fear.

Combining their inventive sounds with creative visuals, thenewno2 recruited notable London street artist Ben Eine to design the album art for the new project. Known for his prolific typography in his own trademark colors, Eine reached international fame when David Cameron presented one of his works to President Obama as a gift on his first official state visit.


1. Station (featuring Holly Marilyn)
2. Wide Awake
3. Timezone
4. I Won't Go
5. Hanging On (featuring Thorunn Antonia)
6. Looking Beyond
7. thewaitaround (featuring RZA and The Black Knights)
8. Staring Out To Sea (featuring Ben Harper and Thorunn Antonia)
9. Make It Home
10. The Number (featuring Thorunn Antonia)

Be the first to write a review for this item OR just rate it