It's been a whirlwind for Karmin, who've gone from obscurity, to YouTube fame, to major label success, TV appearances and a hit single all in less than a year. It's no wonder that Nick Noonan and Amy Heidemann, the real-life engaged couple who make up Karmin, can't seem to find the time to tie the knot.
"Man, we thought about just kinda pushing the wedding into our schedule," Amy tells ABC News Radio. "But we just don't want to put that much pressure [on ourselves]. Like, 'Hey, you guys could have done GMA...or you could have gotten married this week.' It's like, 'Oh my gosh! So much going on!'"
As it stands, even if they wanted to get married now, the duo doesn't even have a day off until December, according to MTV. They've got a slew of tour dates lined up in the U.S., Canada and even Mexico. So what's the live Karmin experience like, for those fans who haven't checked out the duo in concert? "There's definitely a lot of rapping," laughs Nick.
He adds, "It's kind of a hybrid between, like, a hip-hop pop show. We want it to kind of be like stadium music, where you can just put your phone up, put your lighter up, and just kinda be along for the ride."
While Karmin's shows these days are highlighting the material on their debut album Hello, Amy says fans hoping to hear their YouTube covers of pop hits won't be disappointed.
"Oh, those are in the live show, for sure," she tells ABC News Radio. "We definitely don't leave people hanging. We do the 'Look at Me Now.' We do 'Super Bass,' every once in a while. I mean, it's still a really cool, well-rounded show but the originals is where we're like, 'Whoa!' I mean, the whole band is so big in your face and high energy."
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