Evertim – ‘Your Heaven Held Me Well’ (Fox Records) Print E-mail
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Written by Allan Maxwell   
Thursday, 25 January 2018 04:00

Evertim artworkBrighton quartet Evertim have come a long way in the short time they have been together. ‘Your Heaven Held Me Well’ is the second EP released since their formation in late 2015 and delivers four expertly written pop punk/emo masterpieces. Produced by Neil Kennedy at The Ranch, the EP has already gained early support from Daniel P Carter of BBC Radio 1 Rock Show.


Opening with current single ‘Let Me Go’, Evertim immediately showcase their ability to write high quality pop punk songs that are filled with emotive lyrics and catchy hooks in the chorus. The following tracks - ’Tuesday’, ‘The Road We Claim Our Own’ and ’Cloud’ - all show the quality in vocalist Alex Tuck’s lyrics that are written in true emo style of heartbreak and romance, without the arrogance and bravado of other artists.


‘Your Heaven Held Me Well’, is a feelgood pop punk album that you can’t help feel will drive the band further into the public eye. Although only four tracks, you are left satisfied with what you have just heard, and that you know you are listening to a band on the verge of something big.


‘Your Heaven Held Me Well’ is out now. You can get your copy HERE.


Evertim play the following dates:


Friday 26 January – London, the Slaughtered Lamb

Thursday 1 February – Bournemouth, Anvil

Friday 2 February – Southampton, The Hobbit

Sunday 4 February – London, The Macbeth Of Hoxton




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