While it is great to understand where you come from, knowing where you are going is healthier. And that is what lies at the heart of ON’s sound. Sure they are happy to tip their collective hats to the punk, grunge, and alt-rock stalwarts who have influenced their sound, but this is no nostalgia-fest, to resting on musical laurels or reveling in past glories. ON have, their eyes firmly fixed on the road ahead. The past is done and dusted; the future is where the action lies…

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