We are excited to announce that we’ve started working on a new album of original TEA material. There are 4 songs already laid down and we are rehearsing the next batch now. The goal is to release the album in the spring and to have a big old launch affair.
While the entire track list hasn’t been solidified yet we can say that it will feature the following tune (previously only played live)
We’ll be taking the stage at the 2nd edition of In Side Out. We’ll be playing with a few other choice acts including Waves and Windows and Coach Kenzow. There is an Open Jam at the end of the night so be sure to bring your axe.
Looking for something fun to do this Friday night in Montreal? Come join The Ever After and special guests Yellow Jacket Avenger and Melissa Major for an evening of great music and good times at Bistro de Paris (4536 St Denis).
Pay what you can at the door ($10 suggested). So you’ve got nothing to lose… and everything to gain 😉
We are pleased to announce our next performance as a trio on Aug 11th at Zaz bar. It will feature Dre Blach on guitar/vox, Jackson Jaojoby on bass/vox and Martin Plante on drums. Melissa Major will be singing her catchy songs to get the evening started.
See you Friday for an evening of dancing and revelry.
We shot this live video for The Ever After song Unity in the studio at the end of 2016. Guitar, Vocals and 2 Cameras. Simplicity itself. Big thanks to Abrahamercado Ramos at Reel AMR for putting it all together.
Here is wishing you all a very happy and prosperous New Year! The Ever After is looking forward to a busy year. We have a new website in the works, a brand new album ready to be recorded and an eventful concert season being planned. We hope you are excited as we are and we look forward to helping make 2017 a memorable year for music!
The first album recorded as The Ever After called Oh Dear! from 2009 has recently been re-released on CD Baby. It’s 9 songs of original acoustic music with elements of blues, folk, bossa and classical. It was entirely self-funded and independently released – in fact Andreas did all the recording, mixing and mastering himself (which was probably not a good idea, in retrospect 🙂 ) It’s a piece of TEA history though and you can check it out here.