The sun shines brighter, even in Australia, when Melbourne masters of jangling pop Even return to the fray. Their new single ‘Cherry Afterglow’ is classic indie pop: massive choruses, driving verses and the scything, ringing guitars. Hints of psychedelia, a dreamy interlude and an approach not afraid of delivering indelible melodies with an anthemic drive. What is not to love?
Out through El Reno, you can get ‘Cherry Afterglow’ directly from the band through the link below or through the usual download/streaming sites.
This follows earlier single ‘Six Monkeys’ (reviewed by me here) and is ahead of the band’s eighth album, which will be out on El Reno later in the year.
Even are singer/guitarist Ash Naylor, drummer Matt Cotter and bass player Wally Kempton (who also runs Cheersquad Records and Tapes). Naylor also spends his spare time as the newest guitarist for the legendary The Church.