Avers Live @ The Broadberry | Album Release Show| Summer 2016
The Broadberry is excited to host Avers, along with Blank Range and Camp Howard, on Friday, July 29th for their album release show. Avers is made up of 4 singers, 4 song writers, and 11 tracks of pure rock n’roll in their second album Omega/Whatever.
The last time Avers played at The Broadberry was on May 5th, 2016 for the “Virginia is for Lovers” campaign launch. Photo Joe captured the pictures listed below from that show. You can view all of the pictures here.
Avers is a local band from Richmond, VA that has traveled on tour and opened for bands such as The Foo Fighters and J. Roddy Walston. They are best known for their performance at the 2015 SXSW Festival and has been hailed as one of the breakout bands by Esquire Magazine and The Daily Beast.
Richmond Magazine has recently done an interview with Avers about their new album which you can read here. Tina Eshelman discusses with the band how their style and sound has evolved since their last album, the fluidity of band member’s roles, and collaborations with other artists.
James-Lloyd Hodges, one of the singers and songwriters of Avers, states in the interview “I think most of our other bands that we’ve been in have been that more traditional thing where you rehearse the songs and you go perform the songs and then you’re like, “All right guys, we’ve got three days booked in the studio. Let’s go try to record these songs we’ve been playing for a year.” Whereas this is like, “Hey, Alex has four bars of a vocal melody and a little tiny guitar part and we’re going to, tonight, turn that into a song…I think it forces you, and has forced us, to trust our instincts. If you’ve been in the studio a lot and you’ve made a lot of recordings, it’s a pretty easy tendency to just get stuck in your head and overthink what you’re doing, but if it’s 8 o’clock at night and you really want to have something that you can listen to and feel good about by 2 o’clock in the morning, you can’t sit there and spend an hour talking about what the snare drum sounds like.”