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Music of the Day: EVERDEEN - I’m Sorry

After having generated a considerable amount of buzz among Southern Germany’s prospering indie music scene, Everdeen is ready for the next step. With their new full-length album “Stay”, the indie rock quartet boldly navigates to unknown horizons, discovering new territories and flavors for their otherworldly indie rock.Formed by San Franciscan Ian Stahl and Turkish/German singer Sümeyra in California, both eventually relocated to Stuttgart where they met local drummer Thommy Mross and bassist Danny Pflumm. A truly intercontinental quartet was born with a sound on par with international standards set by the UK or Scandinavia. “Stay” isn’t just their strongest release, brimming with wonderfully atmospheric songs; it’s also their most poignant, confident work so far, culminating in triumphantly climaxing walls of sound.


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