The Everymen are a hardcore rock n’ roll band from New Jersey. The 9-piece outfit, hell-bent on cheap beer, a rolling tour van and echoing bombastic hymnals are releasing their yet-to-be titled sophomore LP later this Spring. Spearheaded by Mike V, and produced by John Agnello, whose credits include The Drive-By Truckers, The Hold Steady, The Killers, The Whigs, Sonic Youth, Roger Waters and Patti Smith, the band is striving to expand on the roots of their 2009 incarnation.
Just coming off a show at Paradise Lost in New Brunswick on February 26, the Band will play a show in Montclair this week and Pianos in New York City on March 6 before beginning the tour trek to SXSW 2014 in Austin, Texas.
Dubbed by the Aquarian Weekly as “…the hardest working and most exciting bands around,” the fusion of E Street horns, punk rock guitars, and indie band swagger encapsulate all of New Jersey’s rich music landscape.
The Band will be back in area for a show at The Cake Shop in NYC on April 4, and The Saint in Asbury Park on April 5.
Check out their new track A Girl Named Lou, Pt. 2 (Featuring the New Pornographers AC Newman) below:
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