Forming in late 2010, the all female rock collective were soon turning heads with their comical video for debut single, ‘We Can Pretend Anyway’. The video, playlisted on both Scuzz TV and Kerrang! TV, has amassed well over 120,000 views online and led to the 2011 release of the bands debut E.P ‘Creation Divide’. The five track release was a glossy affair laden with catchy hooks and was received to critical acclaim by the UK music press.
2012 saw Evarose hit the road with bands such as Straight Lines and Fei Comodo playing everywhere and anywhere, it let to the band quickly gaining a loyal and ever growing fanbase across the entire of the UK cementing their continual rise through the UK rock world.
Singles ‘Change’ and the vivacious anthemic ‘There’s No Such Thing As Something For Nothing’, from ‘Elements’ also gained further airplay on UK TV and Radio, including an acoustic performance on the infamous Kerrang Radio. With support growing from all areas of the globe, the band signed with Zestone Records in Japan, and in October of 2012 a split release with My Last Hero hit stores across the nation.
2013 see’s the band hit the road with LostAlone for a two week UK stint, before hitting the studio to write the follow up to ‘Elements’. April will see the band play Hit The Deck Festival for the second time alongside We Are The In Crowd and Don Broco as well as a whole host of UK summer Festivals including Ynot amongst others.
In a world crowded by new music, Evarose look set to stand above many others and make 2013 their year.
From The Joiners website
- Ppw Introducing – Evarose (poppunkworld.com)