Later Never Now is a collection of sound waves captured during 28 recording sessions which took place over a 10-month period. It is presented as a 38-minute album of recorded music by Milk Carton Superstars, consisting of 15 songs ranging from one to four minutes in individual duration. It features an assemblage of instrumentation and vocalization provided by the songwriters and accompanying participants. It exists digitally as well as in 12-inch vinyl and compact disc formats.
"A collection of meticulously balanced pop rock tracks. No two songs are the same. There is no filler here. We cannot recommend this album enough." - Get It On Vinyl
"The great beat and sound are accompanied by lyrics that are creative and imaginative." - Geek World Order
released March 1, 2017
Guy Larmay - guitars and bass throughout * electric sitar on 5, 6, 10, 14 * synthesizer on 3, 7 * banjo and trombone on 4 * tubular bells on 7, 12 * backing vocals on 1, 6 * radio effects and handclaps on 1 * marxophone and jet engine on 14
Jim Myers - vocals and drums throughout * piano on 7, 11, 15 * xylophone on 5, 10, 11, 14 * shaker on 3, 4, 6, 7, 11, 12 * tambourine on 4, 6, 11, 12 * handclaps on 1 * desk bell on 5 * toy piano on 6 * vibraslap on 13
Guest sound makers in order of appearance:
Justin Beckler - synthesizer on 2, scratch effects and boat horn on 6, bass on 15
Jeff Boyce - bass on 4
Jennie Landau - violin on 4
Tom Holysz - alto and baritone saxophones on 7
Leslie Rising - backing vocals on 10, 12, 14
Marc With a C - backing vocals on 10, 14
Bethany Myers - squeaky voice on 10
Meka Shama Nism - backing vocals on 13
Beth McKee - organ and backing vocals on 15
Recorded at Jim's, Justin's and Beth's in Orlando between October 2015 and July 2016.
Produced and Engineered by Justin Beckler
Mastered by Kramer
All songs written by Milk Carton Superstars
©2017 Larmay Myers Music
Photography, front cover design by Bethany Myers
Art design, layout by Katharine!
Video for The Artists Will Take Over:
Video for The Giants of Rome:
Video for Litigious Honey:
Video for The Infinitely Sad Kitchen Towel:
Video for Funny That Way (Directed by Tim Labonte):
Album review from Get It On Vinyl:
Album review from Geek World Order:
Later Never Now charted at six college radio stations for nine weeks during the spring and summer of 2017.