The Eversons release 'Good at Making Enemies' single and video
‘Good at Making Enemies’ is the new single and video from London-based New Zealanders The Eversons. It’s a ‘90s vibes indie rock shredder about having the kind of personality some people just love to hate. The video features the band being face-swapped with some of history’s most notorious antagonists, from Josef Stalin to Jesus Christ himself. The song comes with two b-sides: a Japanese language version of 'Good at Making Enemies' and ‘Sell It To Me’, a rock 'n roll number that would make Mick's lips quiver. The single was done fully DIY, with the band recording and mixing the music in their living room, as well as writing and directing the video themselves.
The new single and video ‘Good at Making Enemies’ marks the beginning of the countdown to The Eversons’ new record. ‘Stuck in New Zealand’ will be released in November 2016 through Thistime Records in Japan and Lil Chief Records everywhere else.