Everlate write and perform with real feeling, drawing inspiration from both the dark and light.
Forgoing egotism & machismo, they write of loss and vulnerability, but also of strength and hope. Everlate aim to connect at a more human level, using their rich vocal harmonies and organic sound to do just that.
From the success of tracks being played on Hollyoaks and BBC Introducing, to the joys of playing to a stadium crowd of over 10,000, things are looking promising for this Yorkshire band.
The hard-working indie/folk quartet are regularly seen busking on the UK streets and are making a name for themselves. Having collectively played alongside Toploader, The Hoosiers, Bay City Rollers, Glasvegas and The Staves, Everlate are set for a bright future.
Think Mumford & Sons meets Dry The River & Luke Sital-Singh.
“It’s sounding amazing..it’s about time you heard it!” – BBC Introducing (Alan Raw)
“Fantastic!” Shed Seven (Rick Witter)
“Nice strong melodic pop ballads with a bit of balls about them, which is really refreshing!” – BBC Introducing (Jenny Ells)
“One to watch” – Beyond Magazine
“Great strong vocals” – Live & Unsigned UK
“Lead vocalist Andy has a real set of pipes on him, with a seriously warm tone to it” – York Music Guide
“Brilliant four part vocals…smiling and full of effort, clearly loving what they were doing” – Not Quite Music Journalism (Ian Massey)