There's a lot more to Angela Perley and The Howlin' Moon’s rock sound than just a pretty singer and a sound that middle America can hold on to. At 27-years-old, Angela Perley's nostalgic and high-energy music tells stories of love, death, railroads and everything in-between. Her songs are rooted in small town Ohio where she spent much of her childhood. Angela Perley & the Howlin' Moons formed in Columbus, Ohio in 2009. The band is comprised of two longtime friends—Billy Zehnal (bass) and Chris Connor (lead guitar)—and Perley's high-school classmate Steve Rupp (drums). Since their incarnation, The Howlin' Moons have become an extension of Perley's songwriting and the band's sound has been gradually evolving. In the last 3 years, the band has released 4 Eps. Nowhere is Now Here is by far the most rocking EP in the collection through its well-balanced sound of aggression and intimacy.