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Nothing Too Fancy Music presents the ASKING FOR A FRIEND token, an NFT with equal parts access
+ utility + collectible.
The AFAF NFT granted holders an advance premiere of the new Umphrey’s McGee record and
provides access to download stems of the album and to the AFAF collage built from 14 pieces of
lyrically based album art.
Holders were granted access to the streaming premiere of ASKING FOR A FRIEND on the night
before the record was released (7/1/22). Immediately following, the band answered questions,
discussed the record and shared some (generally self deprecating) behind-the-scenes photos
& videos of the recording sessions.
The AFAF token also grants access to download audio stems of the entire 14 song album. Go deep
by accessing individual mixes of each instrument, isolate tracks, play along (or improve
upon?) at will. Each stem set includes a Garage Band file for easy import on any Apple device.
And residing in the bury the lede folder, the NFT is also a piece of rad, limited edition art.
The collectible is a collage built from 14 individual pieces of art. Created by Kevin
Browning, utilizing handwritten lyrics from Brendan Bayliss & Jake Cinninger, photos from
photographer Barry Butler, and various mixed media, the AFAF token may just be the antidote.
HOLD UP. NOT DONE.
Hidden amongst the 2022 NFTs are one-of-a-kind easter eggs. Randomly selected holders will win
copies of the vinyl test pressing, handwritten lyrics, studio used song charts, free UM
concert tickets & more.
Holders of the token are entitled to future benefits, starting with allowlist access to the
individual lyric art nfts (to be minted soon).