Wednesday, September 5, 2012

THE EVERSONS - Terminally Lame RELEASE SHOW



To celebrate the release of their brand new single ‘Terminally Lame’,
The Eversons will be joined by a few of their most attractive friends
for a night of playing and partying at Auckland's King's Arms.

‘Terminally Lame’ is taken from The Eversons’ debut LP, Summer
Feeling, which has received high critical praise since it was released
earlier in the year. The Sunday Star Times reckons it, “brings the
warmth,” while and the Dominion Post awarded it four stars, “You can’t
help getting caught up in their summery harmonies”. The album has also
received praise from crazy famous celebrities like Alex Kapranos of
Franz Ferdinand, who “love[s] the lyrics,” and Sam Scott of the
Phoenix Foundation, “Yeah he was really, really intense. He made quite
an impression because he made me a bit scared. But then I went and
checked out their music a bit more and realised, 'No they're really
good'".

The show will also feature fellow Lil Chief artist and internet
meme-queen Princess Chelsea. She’s just returned from a tour of the UK
and Europe, and her video for 'the Cigarette Duet' has garnered over 5
million views on YouTube. Rounding out the bill will be Joseph Harper,
award winning comedian (Best Newcomer at Fringe Festival 2012), and
Pikachunes, who will keep the party going well into the night with his
DJ antics.

Don’t miss out on a good time now. The Eversons have been celebrated
for their live show, with Lawrence Arabia saying he has never seen
them make a mistake. Not even the one.


King’s Arms, Auckland
Friday 14th September
Tickets: $10 on the door



The ‘Terminally Lame’ single will be released in September. The single
is a re-recording of the song as it appears on Summer Feeling, and
will be accompanied by a video created by the team behind the band’s
first video for ‘Could It Ever Get Better?’, Trophy Wife Productions.
'Terminally Lame', and its accompanying B-side, 'Harlot', are
currently receiving exclusive airplay on bNet stations nationwide.

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