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Everclear To Perform So Much For The Afterglow For Australia

by Noise11.com on June 6, 2017

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Everclear will perform their classic ‘So Much For The Afterglow’ in Australia to mark the 20th anniversary of the release of their classic album.

So Much For The Afterglow, the third Everclaear album, was released in 1997. It reached no 19 on the Australian album chart.

So Much for the Afterglow provided Everclear with their only Grammy nomination to date, a Best Rock Instrumental nod in 1998 for “El Distorto de Melodica.”

At the time Everclear was Art Alexakis, Greg Ekland and Craig Montoya. The 2017 line-up is Art Alexakis (Vocals/Guitar), Freddy Herrera (Bass/Background Vocals), Davey French (Guitar/Background Vocals), and Jake Margolis (Drums).


Friday 29th September 2017
The Tivoli Theatre, Brisbane

Saturday 30th September 2017
Cambridge Hotel, Newcastle

Tuesday 3rd October 2017
The Metro Theatre, Sydney

Wednesday 4th October 2017
The Gov, Adelaide

Thursday 5th October 2017
Croxton Band Room, Melbourne

The Australian edition of the album had an extra song ‘Local God’ so we await to see if Art Alexakis remembers that and performs the Aussie version of the album when he tours here.

Everclear – So Much For The Afterglow

1. “So Much for the Afterglow”
2. “Everything to Everyone”
3. “Ataraxia (Media Intro)” (Actually an excerpt from “The Relaxed Wife.”)
4. “Normal Like You”
5. “I Will Buy You a New Life”
6. “Father of Mine”
7. “One Hit Wonder”
8. “El Distorto de Melodica (Instrumental)”
9. “Amphetamine”
10. “White Men in Black Suits”
11. “Sunflowers”
12. “Why I Don’t Believe in God”
13. “Like a California King / Hating You for Christmas”

Australian edition

13. “Like a California King”
14. “Local God / Hating You for Christmas”




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