Maria T Sciarrino formed No Other, named for Gene Clark's 1974 cult classic LP—legendary as one of rock's expensive indulgent, alluring failures—in the wake of the dissolution of her previous band, Bedroom Problems. Once she had a clutch of songs ready, Maria reached out to Carly Marcoux and they began rehearsing in June of 2013. Not long afterward, Maria was introduced to Laura Chance, a native of Georgia who previously played in stoner metal bands, notably Helmsman.
The trio coalesced in July of 2013, and in September recorded their debut 3-song EP I Believe In Werner Herzog at Sex Dungeon Studios. The band continued to work on writing new material, and made their live debut in January 2014 at PhilaMOCA. The band returned to the studio in March 2014 to work with Jeff Ziegler at Uniform Recording (Kurt Vile, The War on Drugs, Nothing) on a 2-song 7-inch single for Negative Fun Records, to be released in September 2014.
Laura and Maria parted ways with Carly in Summer 2014, but continue to work on new No Other material for a full-length album to be released sometime in 2015.