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Eve (Emery Album)

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Eve is the seventh studio album by the American rock band Emery, released on November 9, 2018.[1] It is the third album to be released through the band's own independent label, BadChristian.[2] It's also the first album released since David Shelton's return to the band full-time.[3]

Recording, release and promotion[edit]

After success with their previous album, You Were Never Alone, the band again turned to IndieGoGo to crowdfund their seventh LP, Eve.[4] Backers of the campaign received copies of the otherwise-unavailable Emery: Classics Reimagined EP, including re-arranged & re-recorded versions of "So Cold I Can See My Breath," "The Smile, The Face," and "As Your Voice Fades," plus a copy of advance chapters of the book "Emery, the Unlikely Masters of Rock: How Four Rednecks and a Hipster Became Screamo Legends," by Aaron Lunsford.[4]

The album's first single, "Is This The Real Life" was released on September 7, 2018[5] with the official music video dropping on September, 18, 2018.[6]

The album's second single, "Safe" is a tribute to the mothers of Matt Carter and Devin Shelton, both of whom passed away in the years leading up to the album's release.[7][8]

Track Listing[edit]

1."Is This the Real Life"2:37
2."Fear Yourself"2:04
3."Jesus Wept"1:53
5."Young Boy's Dream"2:20
6."People Always Ask Me If We're Gonna Cuss in an Emery Song"2:49
7."Streets of Gold"3:27
8."Name Your God"2:56
12."Everything That She Offered Me"2:42
13."See You on the Other Side"3:15
14."2007 Clarksville High Volleyball State Champs Gay Is OK"4:03
15."Sins Of Every Father"3:41
Total length:41:38



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  2. "ALBUM REVIEW: Emery – Eve | DEAD PRESS! | It's more than "just music" to us". Retrieved 2018-12-13.
  3. "Emery - Eve (November 9, 2018) •". Retrieved 2018-12-13.
  4. 4.0 4.1 "Emery's 7th Full-Length Album". Indiegogo. Retrieved 2019-04-16.
  5. "New single, 'Is This The Real Life'". Twitter. Retrieved April 16, 2019.
  6. "Emery". Retrieved 2019-04-16.
  7. " Emery, "Eve" Review". Retrieved 2019-04-16.
  8. "Emery - 'Safe'". When The Horn Blows. Retrieved 2019-04-16.

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