It is with great pleasure that today September 15th, 2019 we release our first recording “Nowhere Wolf” by Austin, Texas psychedelic rockers Sheverb. “Nowhere Wolf” is the b-side and the first of two tracks from their upcoming 7″ record due out September 29th, 2019.
PeacockSunrise Records (PSR) is a new chapter and an offshoot label of Melodic Revolution Records. PSR was launched on December 5, 2018; born out of the necessity to explore and release music from new territories, styles, and cultures from around the globe.
We hope that you will join us and embrace our new journey as we continue to present some of the world’s best up and coming artists. PSR has many releases in the works, including a solo album by Allison VonBuelow the voice of Scarlet Hollow; debut full-length release by bassist and composer Joe Macre (formerly of Crack the Sky): Joe Mac’s American Garage, and an exciting new outfit hailing from Port Isabel, Texas – Sun King Rising.
Please help us today as we celebrate our first release “Nowhere Wolf” by Sheverb. We hope that you enjoy this release as much as we do and that you will share this music by telling your friends, family, and co-workers.
Love and respect to all, Nick Katona
You can listen to and purchase “Nowhere Wolf” (HERE)
On September 29, 2019, Sheverb will release two new cinematic, surf-infused, peyote-fueled tunes on a Collectible 7” Vinyl with PeacockSunrise Records. The official release will take place at Antone’s Record Shop located at 2928 Guadalupe St #101, Austin, TX 78705 from 3-4 PM.
The A-side track, Puttamulettonit is a hard-rocking original tune that will throw you back to the days of sock hops and dancing on the beach at the Rendezvous Ballroom. This tune will be released digitally on all major streaming platforms on September 29, 2019.
The B-side, Nowhere Wolf, is our reverb-soaked version of an old Frantics tune, Werewolf, originally released in 1960. Nowhere Wolf will be released digitally on all major streaming platforms on September 15, 2019. The record art will feature the painting Julia Dean from artist Felice House’sRe●Western series. In this portrait series, House replaced the men of iconic Western films with women. She intentionally inverted the gender roles of the male-dominated genre, empowering those previously portrayed as powerless.
House’s work is a visual analog to Sheverb’s music. Armed with their instruments, Sheverb is out to challenge the idea of the romanticized Wild West. They represent an alternative to a Manifest Destiny-Esque worldview, honoring coexistence over conquest, collaboration over domination.
Both songs were recorded and mixed at Ice Cream Factory with audio engineer Matt Parmenter and mastered at Audiomatic Lacquer Mastering.
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