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The Everymen unveil new single from upcoming LP + play Matchless on 10.03

The Everymen unveil new single from upcoming LP + play Matchless on 10.03

Upbeat NJ indie-rockers The Everymen, who landed on the cover of the Aquarian a few weeks ago (pictured) and are just coming off of a lively appearance at the memorable Hopscotch Festival, continue to surprise us with a new single featuring a cameo by New Pornographers’ AC Newman, who kills it on the tack's dual vocals.

The rocking new song titled “A Girl Named Lou Pt. 2” takes the form of a celebratory anthem for being rejected by a lover, and sounds like a 5-minute rock and roll jam, but with a more complex structure. The first 0:47 seconds have actually been given their own song title, “Bl’ast Off” as tribute to the infamous hardcore band - it will serve as track one of the 8-member band’s sophomore LP, which is scheduled for the Spring of 2014. The intro track will be followed by “A Girl Named Lou Pt. 2,” streaming below. Check them out on 10/3 at Bar Matchless in Brooklyn. – Michael Haskoor (@Tweetskoor)

We added this song to The Deli's playlist of Best Alt Rock songs by emerging NYC artists - check it out!

Published: September 20, 2013 |

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