About Red This Ever
Their songs fluidly combine the sound of the current electronic scene with intriguing melodies and infectious rhythms that harken back to the glorious days of the Post-Punk, New Wave revolution. Red This Ever have often been blamed for having songs that stick to you like glue, as well as not having enough room to dance.
Compared to the likes of Depeche Mode, Gary Numan, The Cars and The Cure and influenced by such artist as Wolfsheim, Severed Heads, the Pixies and Joy Division, they have created a sound that is hard to label but far to easy to relate to. The crafting of uniquely dark and clever pop songs have made Red This Ever a band for fans of all ages, with the potential to appeal to all points across the underground music board, from their enticing synth-driven melodies to their goth rock energy, with just the occasional moments of grim emotion that would stir even the most hardened rivet-head.
Their energetic tongue-in-cheek performances have proven time and again that they are an act not to miss live. Sharing stage’s with an eclectic variety of renowned artist such as And One, Iris, Das Ich, Attrition, TheStart, Shinny Toy Guns, Freezepop and more, Red This Ever believes that a good show comes from more than just the music, and they prove this every time they play live.
Their Debut album Selfless made waves across internet and college radio stations as well as a variety of alternative club scenes in the US. Described in one review as “a feel that conjures memories of some of the stronger acts of the ’80s, but with a distinctly darker edge,” Trubie Turner of Regen Magazine, Selfless continues to attract the broadest of audiences with its staunch appeal.
After releasing a Selfless remix EP titled Orchestral Manoueuvres in the Red, and a second album Never Listen, Red This Ever continue to tour the US while working on their third release titled Little Red Men scheduled for release in October 2012.