Everclear Is Back! (But why?)

 

Because they have a re-recorded/recyled
greatest hits set due soon that includes two new cuts.

 

By
Blurt Staff

 

429
Records (part of the Savoy Label Group, today announced the signing of
Portland-based alt-rock mainstays Everclear to the label. First up from the
marriage: In A Different Light, a
collection of newly interpreted recordings of some of their greatest hits. 

 

The
album also includes two new Art Alexakis-penned songs, “Here Comes the
Darkness” and “At the End of the Day.” The record drops Oct. 6 and will be
supported by a U.S.
tour that kicks off Oct. 5, dates tba. Also, fans can expect a collection of
all new songs in the spring of 2010 courtesy of 429 Records.  The band will embark on an extensive
spring/summer tour around its release. 

 

The
record is described as “a fresh and intimate take on multi-platinum selling
Everclear’s most popular songs.” To wit: 

 

Learning
How To Smile

Santa Monica

I
Will Buy You A New Life

Summerland

Everything
To Everyone

Wonderful

Here
Comes The Darkness

Father
Of Mine

Rock
Star

Fire
Maple Song

At
The End Of The Day

 

 

 

 

 

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