Surprise! Today, London-based New Zealanders, The Eversons announce release details of their new album, Stuck in New Zealand, coming to you this November 18th on Lil Chief Records.
Stay tuned for October 14th, as the band releases their new single, 'Good at Making Enemies' on all digital services. It will come with two B-Sides: a Japanese language version of 'Good at Making Enemies' and a rock n' roll number called 'Sell It To Me' that would make Mick's lips quiver. The song, recorded and mixed from the band's own living room, is a '90s indie rock shredder about having the kind of personality some people just love to hate.
The Eversons are four New Zealand dudes living in London. Since 2010 they've been living together, making DIY records at their flat, and touring the world. Their sound is eclectic and their new record, Stuck in New Zealand is full of in-your-face psychedelic indie rock influenced by the likes of The Modern Lovers, Pulp, and Blur. They have a bunch of different sounding records but as a live band they rock like The Rolling Stones - they’re loud, in-your-face, and they rule.
The Eversons are: Mark Turner (lead vocals, guitar, bass), Chris Young (lead vocals, guitar), Blair Everson (vocals, guitar, bass) & Tim Shann (vocals, drums, bass).
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Two of New Zealand’s indie rock heavyweights have joined forces again for a short tour over the coming Queens Birthday weekend.
Rousseau declares herself an imperfect everywoman. Her raw honesty and satirical take on working life immediately mark her songwriting out as something special.
Imagine Dragons wants to collaborate with YOU on their next music video!
Fleet Foxes will release its long awaited and highly anticipated third album, Crack-Up, with on June 16.
Out on the tar sealed and gravelly roads this April and May, legendary Dunedin pop group The Chills have announced their embarkation on a vigorous and far-reaching New Zealand tour.
Tegan And Sara's New Zealand show has been cancelled due to Tegan’s ill health.
Theia has been announced as the support act for Tegan & Sara’s only NZ show at the Bruce Mason Theatre on March 11th.