The Everglows – Here I Go Again – Single Review

After a quiet year the English alt-rock  quartet The Everglows return with a new song.

The Everglows - Here I Go Again

The Everglows

Those who have followed the articles about The Everglows over the years will have noticed the introduction mentioning a ‘quartet’ and not a ‘trio’ it has partly been for this reason that they have been a little quiet whilst they bed-in the new and additional member of the band – Jamie Burridge on bass – and immediately on hitting play the difference is noticeable.

Here I Go Again has both a greater texture, having enabled Steve Perkins to switch from bass to add a second guitar which enables the music to take a wider angle, which in turn has given the bass a greater contrast and thereby adding resonance to the structuring of the composition. I look forward to hearing more from The Everglows in 2018 with this expanded line-up.

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The Everglows

The Everglows from London in England is the mod-rock trio of Andy Smith (Guitar / Vocals), Ray Brodrick (Drums) and Steve Perkins (Bass).

The Everglows - Mod-rock from England

The Everglows

Rev up the Vespa and get on the ride with The Everglows and there is nothing to do other than let the wind flow through your hair as you head to the South Coast. Whilst inculcated with threads of times gone before, the trio have the ability to turn the clock forwards to the 2010’s.

Originally formed as a covers band The Everglows, whilst now playing original songs, are still making the transition from composers to translators and the early steps show considerable promise, this is a band to keep a eye on. The retrospective influences are steeped deeply, but through stepping amongst the catalogue of the new compositions one can find some glistening diamonds of sharp creativity which speak of the hear and now.

The Everglows is a band in transition with much to say and when they hit the peal are able to transliterate the currency from the roots to deliver some shatteringly smart tunes, which will have you seeking a foot-board for your motorcycle.

Do keep your ears out for these guys for the future.

As you know, I am not only a heavy drinker, but a smoker rarely without a cigarette alight, so it is of little surprise I would choose this song as my selection for you to get to know The Everglows.

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