Video Premiere: Ever So Android rip and roar with new song “RnR”

Ever So Android

Good lawd, I love me a chunky opening riff. Ever So Android have shared their latest single and video “RnR.” And let me tell you, there ain’t nothing “rest and relaxation” about it. Right from the jump, the song rips and roars with quite the statement riff. Just how they sing in their chorus, I’ve repeatedly been playing this song “over and over again.”

Fierce, fuzzy and full of fire — watch the video for Ever So Android’s new song “RnR,” premiering exclusively on Grimy Goods. The video was directed and edited by Joey Halter of The Railroad Bill Show.

Composed of multi-instrumentalist/programmer Drew Murray and vocalist Hope Simpson, Ever So Android recently moved to Los Angeles from Seattle. Their latest single, “RnR” was conceptualized as their last song before the group left. The song was just released today by PLAG Records.

“RNR at the core is a song about following your path and disregarding other people’s opinions.”

With a sound similar to The Kills meets Yeah Yeah Yeahs with a touch of NIN, Ever So Android are sure to be a new LA favorite. Don’t miss the band when they play The Satellite on April 4. The band will be opening for The Colour Coast. Show’s FREE!

For more new music and show dates, follow Ever So Android via their Facebook and Instagram.

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