The Everywheres have just self-released a new cassette tape entitled Habitualism. It follows hot on the heels of their 2013 debut for Father/Daughter Records, adding eight fresh tracks of blues flavored psych-pop to their growing discography. The new songs were recorded this spring at the Electric Loft in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The results are enveloped by a colorful layer of haze, creating a vibrant feeling of warmth in every song.
Opener “Through Flowers” sets the tone, with crystal-clear guitars and Sam Hill’s bright, breathy howl. The song wanders off in the final minute, closing out with an uplifting serenade of meandering notes. “Courtyard Blues” is colored by murky touches of blues rock, with twangy hooks and a moody swagger. “Egyptian Drag” opens with wiry guitars, creating a wet and slippery feel. Hill’s voice reverberates and rattles around before spiraling out into a dazzling finish.
The cassette comes on translucent orange tapes limited to 30 pieces. Grab one now before they’re gone!