Burgeoning duo EVERETTE (Brent Rupard and Anthony Olympia) catapulted onto Country radio yesterday (6/18) with “Slow Roll,” which has been applauded by critics for having “all the makings of a summer anthem” (Rolling Stone Country). The breakout song impressively made its mark on airwaves becoming the No. 1 Most Added song at Country radio this week.
Meanwhile in related news, the fast-rising Broken Bow Records act confirmed its debut EP Slow Roll will be available at all digital retailers and streaming services on FRIDAY, JUNE 29. The project, which was predominately co-written and co-produced by the duo features five tracks layered with intoxicating melodies and bluesy guitar licks which “beg repeated listens” (Nashville Scene).
Additionally, in case you missed it, Everette revealed its “Slow Roll” music video last week. Making an epic introduction with themes of laid-back, go-with-the-flow vibes, the video is a must-watch adventure from top to bottom. Olympia explained to Rolling Stone, “it was crazy. We got into a 1982 Winnebago, made our way to Memphis, broke down about 40 miles or so [outside Nashville] – still had a good time. Pretty much life lesson: things don’t always go the way you plan, so you might as well have a good time with it. That’s really what the song’s about.” Watch HERE.
For tour dates and more information, visit https://www.everette-music.com/
Slow Roll EP track list:
1) “Slow Roll” (Chris Dubois, Clint Lagerberg, Brent Rupard)
2) “Mugshots” (Bryan Simpson, Ryan Tyndell)
3) ”Relapse” (Brent Rupard, Anthony Olympia)
4) ”Can’t Say No” (Brett Warren, Brad Warren, Brent Rupard, Anthony Olympia)
5) “Break It To Me” (Matt Jenkins, Brent Rupard, Anthony Olympia)
ABOUT EVERETTE: Like the great American bands that came before them – new Broken Bow Records duo Everette doesn’t follow trends. Instead, the guys of Everette write what they live, weaving gritty tales of struggle and heartbreak alongside fun-loving stories of escapism and mischief. Hailing from humble beginnings, Brent Rupard and Anthony Olympia unknowingly went to high school a mere eight miles apart in rural Bullitt County, Kentucky. Named for George Clooney’s character in “O Brother, Where Art Thou?” the duo of is a bonafide triple threat. Brent and Anthony co-write almost all of their songs as well as play nearly every instrument on Everette’s studio recordings. The two young artists are also co-producing their debut project. Leading with the rollicking, carefree “Slow Roll,” the duo will release its debut EP on June 29.http://www.countryschatter.com/2018/06/everette-rolls-onto-country-radio-with-most-added-debut-6-18-18/New ArtistsNew ReleasesPress Release"Slow Roll",Anthony Olympia,Brent Rupard,broken bow records,Chris DuBois,Clint Lagerberg,Everette,Matt Jenkins,Ryan Tyndell