Alternative band Northern National released their debut EP The New Age in the fall of 2016 and have never looked back. The Dallas, TX based 4 piece has shared the stage with acts such as Andy Grammer, Echosmith, MAGIC!, and in the summer of 2017 toured nationally with Blue October. The New Age features 5 indie-rock gems, including their debut single, Love Is Fire, and their heartfelt love song Dallas, which caught the attention of Spotify.

Love Is Fire was featured on Spotify's Discover Weekly playlist and charted on Spotify's Viral 50 worldwide. Music curators such as Topsify, Filtr, and even Coca-Cola, have also featured the song on their playlists. Since the release of The New Age, Northern National's songs have been streamed over 1.3 million times and counting. You might have even heard them while watching TBS or MTV.

Fresh off of their tour with Blue October, Northern National partnered with producer Dwight Baker (MISSIO, The Wind and The Wave) in Austin, TX. Together they crafted their second EP titled D.A.R.K., which is set to release in the spring of 2018.

However, their newest single Slow Down and might be their most radio friendly song to date. Opening with a chorus of "Woahs" and a foot stomping beat that's sure to get stuck in your head, you will be singing along before the first verse even starts. If there is a band to watch in 2018, Northern National is at the top of that list.


KXT 91.7 - "The New Age has radio hit written all over it” 

Crate Diggers - "The next big band out of Dallas” 

Central Track - "The mainstream hit potential here is huge” 

The Daily Listening - "They portray everything rock should be"

Unsigned and Independent - "Immensely radio friendly”


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