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Cute (one man) band alert! Yes, Never Shout Never is actually Christofer Ingle from Jopin, MO. He sings acoustic emo-pop with a boyish voice that endearingly over annunciates clever lyrics of introspection and romantic narratives about the burning urgency of adolescent adoration. After becoming an overnight MySpace sensation, Ingle quit high school to record and tour full-time. His performance on MTV’s TRL thrust him into the mania of screaming underage fans and sprinting from backstage exits to tour-bus doors. The analogue crackles and hiss of a needle stylus dropping on a dusty vinyl record sets an intimate tone before “Love Is Our Weapon” opens Ingle’s debut album What Is Love? with charming aplomb and an adorably idealistic message about how love can defeat all that is evil and unjust. “Jane Doe” is a precious little ditty that waxes fairytale romance with warm accordion drones while the more bouncy “Can’t Stand It” muses on what it feels like to crush out on someone more than you can take. Bonus track “Fifteen” recalls Kings Of Convenience recalling Simon & Garfunkel while “Damn Dog” gets more Nick Drakey with a string section and melancholic minor chords.

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Incredibly proud.

So, this sounds ridiculous or whatever, but Chris and me used to be friends, before all of his massive amount of fame. Yes, this means him and I used to hangout and whatnot. But my point in telling you that is to say this.. When Chris first started out, he was scared to death. He thought nobody would like him, and he doubted himself. But now, with this huge fanbase that practically stalk him through MySpace, and the internet itself, it's hard to believe he was ever so insecure.
I think that with each new album, Chris becomes more experienced and much better at what he loves to do; make music that makes people happy. He's produced many many songs, as all you stalkers know. If you go back and listen to his first EP, then listen to What Is Love ?, you will see how far he's come over all this time. The world of music has been greatly influenced by Christofer Drew Ingle. And we should all be proper greatful that he spends his time making music for the sole purpose of putting a smile on every listeners face.
I'm proud of my Chris, for all that he's made of himself. And for all the happiness, love, and joy that he has brought to every one of his fans on a daily basis. This album is truely spectacular. The lyrics get better and better, and become more intellectually inclined. If Chris ever stops making music, it will be because he is not physically able to. Music is his heart and soul.
September 26th is National NeverShoutNever/Christofer Drew Day. Made up by me, myself. But he deserves it, honestly. Make sure to celebrate with all of your being. And expecially with all this new music. Hahah. (:
Anyways, great album Chris. It's rather ingenius.
I miss you kid. Hope all is well..

what happened?

a perfect example of why some bands should never get famous.. I miss the old nevershoutnever!

really? $1.29 for a 1:30 song??

i just want one song off this album (Fifteen).. and i'm paying a penny for every second of the song! that's ridiculous.


Formed: 2007 in Joplin, MO

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Never Shout Never began as a one-man band featuring Christofer Drew, a Missouri native whose songs straddle the border between emo and acoustic singer/songwriter fare. A product of the digital age, Drew originally built a fan base by posting his bright, soul-baring music to the Internet. After averaging over 15,000 online plays a day, he made Never Shout Never legitimate in 2008 by releasing his first recording, the Yippee EP. The Hot Topic clothing chain featured Yippee in its stores, and an appearance...
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What Is Love? (Bonus Track Version), Never Shout Never
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  • $10.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Rock
  • Released: Jan 25, 2010
  • Parental Advisory

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