Like Days Of The New intertwined with Alice In Chains, The Everyday Losers journeys back to that wholesome place when acoustic rock was just starting on their latest release, Underexposed-Live and Acoustic.
Featuring stripped down (And even more powerful at times) versions of songs from last year’s Revel In The Chaos full-length (Available here), Underexposed… reveals another side of a band who has previously opened for hard rockers like Saliva, Future Leaders of the World, and Black Stone Cherry.
Beginning with the short but sweet “Untitled”, The Everyday Losers reveal a tender side on their newest release which also offers up some old favorites and new tracks. Songs like “Hate You” and “Liar” are even more potent with vocalist Dylan Seidel delivering a moving and vulnerable performance while a decidedly less heavy version of live favorite “Dead To Me” makes its recorded debut here.
Underexposed-Live and Acoustic is available now through Dead Industry Records and you can grab your very own copy by clicking below. For more on The Everyday Losers, head on over here.
Jeff Thomas says
Love them. Thanks for introducing me to their music