Playing their 1997 album in full!
For nearly a quarter of a century, Art Alexakis has dedicated himself to Everclear. It hasn’t always been easy. It’s a name that went from being one of the most revered in alternative rock to a early 2000s punchline, but Alexakis has stayed true. In many ways, it’s paid off. The band is still a
American power-pop outfit Everclear have announced their triumphant return to Australia, in celebration of the 20th anniversary of their pivotal 1995 album Sparkle And Fade. The group, led by frontman Art Alexakis, have secured shows in Adelaide, Melbourne, Brisbane, Sydney, Newcastle, Mona Vale and Perth for this May. Everclear’s 2015 Sparkle And Fade anniversary tour
While U2‘s recent iTunes-exclusive release of their latest album, Songs of Innocence, has had its detractors, some artists have been inspired by the record’s novel rollout method. Among them are alt-rock veterans Everclear, who’ve announced they’ve partnered with Microsoft to unveil their next album. Much like Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich, who recently told Billboard that
Nineties’ Californian band Everclear played their new single Be Careful What You Ask For last night on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno, which is part of their new album Invisible Stars and is set to be released on Itunes next Tuesday. The band will be touring throughout Australia in October. you can check out
Triple j has just wrapped up ’90s Week’: a look back at the decade that was largely defined by an ‘alternative rock gold rush’ as Craig Schuftan poignantly phrased it. From grunge to punk rock to nu-metal, the 90s was awash with angst and aggressive guitar play. Some bands carried this raw emotion in a
Nineties band Everclear have announced their first Australian tour in 14 years. The band’s 1995 album Sparkle and Fade received airplay across the world, leaving Santa Monica and Heroin Girl embedded in every 90’s kids’ memory. All this continued with 1997’s So Much for the Afterglow, which produced singles Everything to Everyone, I Will Buy