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Eversame // tell me where the flowers are TAPE

Eversame // tell me where the flowers are TAPE

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This cassette was released in September 2023 by the dream pop band Eversame from Gyria, Slovakia, on the indie label Star-track in Bratislava, Slovakia, in a limited edition of 9 copies.

Contains 7 lo-fi shoegaze dream pop songs. DL code included. 

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Includes DL code. Cassette in norelco case. Edition of 100.

Tracklist:

  1. warm flower sided road 04:39
  2. sage poetry 03:05
  3. as leaves turn all the colors 07:21
  4. gallop, gallop & gallop 04:04
  5. warmth of your snow 03:09
  6. holes in my untouched wings 02:54
  7. consolation. 06:55

Text by Zac Djamoos via Star-track : 

"Tell Me Where the Flowers Are has been a long time coming. The band that would become Eversame originated in 2018 when drummer Marek Šmidovič and guitarist Richard Špirko began jamming together. For a couple of years that's all it was—jamming. In 2020 Matúš Ratveiský joined on bass guitar and later in 2022 started to play guitar, and Richard switched to bass. For a bit, Eversame, in trio form, was a grunge band. When Pauline Struhárová joined that summer, everything changed.

In October 2022, Eversame released the standalone single “we should have our last dance,” a dusty indie rock song that merely hinted at their potential. With Tell Me Where the Flowers Are, though, the band pushes beyond the bounds established on their debut single. Throughout the LP's half hour, the band gets more ambitious with their songwriting and structuring. The two longest tracks are the most obvious: seven-plus-minute “as the leaves turn all the colors” unfurls in pieces, first as a math rock ballad, then cutting to a halt and rebuilding from a haunting spoken word bridge into a hypnotic coda; and closer “consolation.” warbles through emo and post-rock over its seven minutes, winding and winding until the pressure causes the whole thing to snap and the song explodes in a blaze of twinkling guitars and cymbal crashes. The more compact songs are no less impressive, though; “gallop, gallop & gallop” is the heaviest song in the band's catalog, a four-minute shot in the arm of bluesy post-hardcore, and the back to back pairing of “warmth of your snow” and “holes in my untouched wings” (cut down from its original seven-minute version) showcase the band's ability to craft stirring emo in the most classic sense: snowy arpeggiated riffs and soaring hooks .

The album originally dropped at the end of March, but Eversame has teamed up with Start-track for a limited edition tape run. Tell Me Where the Flowers Are is a statement of intent for the Slovakian band. It'd be an impressive effort for anyone, but it's nearly jaw-dropping as a debut full-length. Like the trees on the cover on the LP, Eversame haven't begun to bloom yet. When they do, everyone'll know."

Artist: Eversame

Label: Star-track

This cassette was released in September 2023 by the dream pop band Eversame from Gyria, Slovakia, on the indie label Star-track in Bratislava, Slovakia, in a limited edition of 9 copies.

Contains 7 lo-fi shoegaze dream pop songs. DL code included. 

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Includes DL code. Cassette in norelco case. Edition of 100.

Tracklist:

  1. warm flower sided road 04:39
  2. sage poetry 03:05
  3. as leaves turn all the colors 07:21
  4. gallop, gallop & gallop 04:04
  5. warmth of your snow 03:09
  6. holes in my untouched wings 02:54
  7. consolation. 06:55

Text by Zac Djamoos via Star-track : 

"Tell Me Where the Flowers Are has been a long time coming. The band that would become Eversame originated in 2018 when drummer Marek Šmidovič and guitarist Richard Špirko began jamming together. For a couple of years that's all it was—jamming. In 2020 Matúš Ratveiský joined on bass guitar and later in 2022 started to play guitar, and Richard switched to bass. For a bit, Eversame, in trio form, was a grunge band. When Pauline Struhárová joined that summer, everything changed.

In October 2022, Eversame released the standalone single “we should have our last dance,” a dusty indie rock song that merely hinted at their potential. With Tell Me Where the Flowers Are, though, the band pushes beyond the bounds established on their debut single. Throughout the LP's half hour, the band gets more ambitious with their songwriting and structuring. The two longest tracks are the most obvious: seven-plus-minute “as the leaves turn all the colors” unfurls in pieces, first as a math rock ballad, then cutting to a halt and rebuilding from a haunting spoken word bridge into a hypnotic coda; and closer “consolation.” warbles through emo and post-rock over its seven minutes, winding and winding until the pressure causes the whole thing to snap and the song explodes in a blaze of twinkling guitars and cymbal crashes. The more compact songs are no less impressive, though; “gallop, gallop & gallop” is the heaviest song in the band's catalog, a four-minute shot in the arm of bluesy post-hardcore, and the back to back pairing of “warmth of your snow” and “holes in my untouched wings” (cut down from its original seven-minute version) showcase the band's ability to craft stirring emo in the most classic sense: snowy arpeggiated riffs and soaring hooks .

The album originally dropped at the end of March, but Eversame has teamed up with Start-track for a limited edition tape run. Tell Me Where the Flowers Are is a statement of intent for the Slovakian band. It'd be an impressive effort for anyone, but it's nearly jaw-dropping as a debut full-length. Like the trees on the cover on the LP, Eversame haven't begun to bloom yet. When they do, everyone'll know."

Artist: Eversame

Label: Star-track