Colorado’s Gleemer had a huge 2017, the band released their new full length, Anymore, via Other People Records, satisfying fans and critics alike, and they recently wrapped up a full US tour supporting Hundredth. Gleemer are now hitting the ground running in 2018 with another lengthy run of tour dates, this time traversing the US with Movements, Can’t Swim and Super Whatevr.
Anymore can be purchased here and streamed via Spotify here
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Alt/punk act Movements has announced that they will be touring alongside Can’t Swim, Super Whatevr, and Gleemer this Spring in support of their recent full length, Feel Something, which was released on October 20, 2017 via Fearless Records.
Tour dates are below.
Californian quartet Super Whatevr are the result of a series of poor decisions and misfortunes that have befallen the lead vocalist of Super Whatevr, Skyler McKee. Like any good story the wrong turns and mishaps of one individual have an upside, in this case it’s the debut EP by Super Whatevr, that is ironically entitled Good Luck. His bad luck and mistakes have led to the creation of an impressive five track EP that is comprised of four original songs and a bonus demo track.
The Good Luck EP carries on in the melodic post punk legacy that the likes of Interpol and The Editors spearheaded in the early to mid 2000’s. The Good Luck EP is a set of curiously upbeat, yet seemingly disgruntled, songs that are not without their charm, the balance between the melancholy subject matter and delicate more upbeat indie tunes is maintained throughout the four completed tracks The only downside to this release is the additional demo track, it feels like something of an afterthought and doesn’t come close to meeting the standards of the rest of the Good Luck EP
Super Whatevr have managed to produce an intriguing EP of upbeat tunes that deal with the trials, tribulations and disappointments of daily life. The end result is a quartet of curiously upbeat, yet simultaneously downbeat songs, the more you become familiar with the Good Luck EP, the more Super Whatevr grow on you. if I was to review this EP in a months time I suspect the gritty lyrical content, and it’s indie tinged melodic post punk style, could well have grown on me even more than it already has.
Super Whatevr ‘s web presence, where you can stream the Good Luck EP, can be found here
The Good Luck EP can be purchased via iTunes