Delivering Hard Rock with a strong message in every track. Taylor-Grace commands the front, belting her lungs out to Zander Browns relentless riffs. Having disabilities since childhood, Taylor-Grace took the decision to turn her pain into power and to the stage. Fiercely independent - Not Now Norman are at the helm of everything, from their sound to their image. Over the years since their formation, they’ve interacted daily with their fans - creating a strong, loyal fanbase that grows by the day.
With their new album ‘#ItsNotThisOne’ releasing in November, Not Now Normans name is set to spread even further. Over the years they have supported several bands including Follow Deep, Lesbian Death Bed, LoGoZ and played many venues such as RISE, Trillians, Bannermans and NE Volume - building a solid reputation musically with a huge stage presence to match.
Taking 2nd place at NE Volumes ‘Battle of the Bands 2022’, Not Now Norman have had several airplays on BBC Introducing in the North East and Amazing Radio. Not Now Norman have appeared at several festivals in 2022 including Lindisfarne Fest 2022 at 'The Viking Brewery Tent' before being asked back later that weekend to play on the Main Stage.
"I’ve been told by a few people that I’d never make it in the music industry, that my disabilities would make it impossible. The whole album is my way of proving to the world that they were mistaken. I’ve been put down and bullied by many people in my life and now is the time to prove them all wrong, not just for myself but for other people who find themselves in similar circumstances. Now thanks to music and this album, I’m able to turn my pain into power. I hope that in some way it helps others to do the same." Not Now Norman via Tits Upon Tyne