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You Won't

About You Won't

You Won’t is a Massachusetts-based musical duo founded by long time friends Josh Arnoudse and Raky Sastri. The name “You Won’t” is a reference to a band the two formed in high school for a band night. When asked about the name in a performance with Secret Sound Stage, Josh said:

It came from a band I had in high school for one night only. In high school both Raky and I were heavily involved in theater. Me and two of my best theater friends decided we would perform for the band night they were having […] And yeah, we called the band You Won’t because that’s what the assholes at school used to use as a taunt and a challenge to us RC kids. Like “you won’t”, like “you won’t do it.”

The two met as teenagers in school theater productions. Prior to You Won’t, Raky and Josh worked on numerous small projects, primarily experimental films. After sending songs back and forth for several years, the two decided to finally follow through on their plans to form a band together. Since formation, the band has found moderate success and has been featured in publications such as The New York Times, NPR, and Last Call With Carson Daly. The band’s debut album, Skeptic Goodbye, was released in 2012 with Old Flame Records. For their sophomore album, Revolutionaries, the band departed from Old Flame Records, in favor of forming their own label, Extraneous Music LLC with Meddling Kids.

The duo describes their sound as “distinctly lyrical, insistently melodic, and thoroughly percussive.” The band is marked by their inventive usage of instruments and noisemakers. In live performances, the band is known to put new twists on their songs, adding new instruments and improvisations.

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