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Evermore performing at Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne, Australia on 13 June 2006
|Origin||Feilding, New Zealand|
|Genres||Pop rock, indie rock, electro rock|
Evermore are a band originally from Feilding, New Zealand, now based in Melbourne, Australia. The band consists of the Hume brothers – Jon (guitar, vocals), Peter (keyboards, bass, piano, vocals) and Dann (drums, vocals). The band have released three platinum-selling albums, Dreams (2004), Real Life (2006) and Truth of the World: Welcome to the Show (2009) and a self-titled greatest hits album including three new songs. They have been nominated for seven ARIA Awards, and have won two Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards.
Evermore consists of brothers Jon, Peter, and Dann. Jon was born in Australia, while Peter and Dann were born in New Zealand. The three were raised and home-schooled in Feilding, Manawatu. The brothers were introduced to music at a young age by their parents, and frequently listened to their record collection. The name "Evermore" was taken from the Led Zeppelin song "The Battle of Evermore" in 1999. Jon says the trio's parents were highly supportive of them taking up music, stating "they always wanted us to do something creative...Nothing was too risky." Whilst youngest brother Dann had input on the current album 'Follow the Sun', eldest brothers Jon and Peter have hit the road without him. Dann having played drums for the band for over 15 years has taken to spending more time in their co-owned studio 'The Stables Recording Studio'.
Rise to fame (2000–2002) 
In 2000, Evermore entered Rockquest with Richard Higham, who played bass guitar in the band at the time. The band won the competition, and used the prize money to help fund their studio, Red Sky Studio.
Evermore's first EP, Slipping Away, was released on 1 December 2002, with only 300 copies pressed. However, the EP received regular airplay on Triple J, and was thus able to garner the band some attention. Their next EP, the Oil & Water EP, released 13 January 2003 resulted in the band's first concert tour, again supported by Triple J. My Own Way EP, the band's third EP, was released on 15 September 2003, after which the band toured with American band Brad.
In August 2003, Evermore appeared on the cover of New Zealand Musician in New Zealand, following success in "Project NZM" – a promotion by radio station ZM to gain awareness for up-and-coming bands.
Dreams (2003–2006) 
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Dreams, Evermore's debut studio album, was released on 27 September 2004 in Australia. It peaked at number fifteen on the ARIA albums chart, and number thirty on the RIANZ albums chart. Three singles were released from the album; "It's Too Late", "For One Day", and "Come to Nothing"; which charted moderately. The three singles were featured on the New Zealand and Australian promos of The O.C., with "It's Too Late" ultimately appearing on the show. A remixed version of "It's Too Late" with Dirty South, titled "It's Too Late (Ride on)", was also released, and appeared on numerous compilation albums.
On Dreams, Evermore worked with producer Barrett Jones (Nirvana, Foo Fighters, Whiskeytown), who was introduced to the band by Brad on their past tour. The band's Red Sky Studio in Feilding was flooded in February 2004, so the band relocated to Seattle for recording.
Dreams differed to Evermore's earlier "retro-sounding, riff-based pop-rock" works, and instead contained a more "spacious" sound according to Jon. He said he drew inspiration and was influenced by Silverchair and Muse, as well as Pink Floyd. Jon also noted that the band initially wanted to create a concept album, but stated that "we sort of had to tone it back a bit, because we wanted to make a double album". Soundgenerator.com reviewer Eleanor Goodman described Dreams as "clear rather than grungy, soulful rather than angsty".
Real Life (2006–2008) 
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Evermore's second album, Real Life, was released on 8 July 2006 by Warner. The album peaked at number five on the ARIA albums chart and number two on the RIANZ albums chart, spending over half a year in both. It was also certified platinum in Australia. Four singles were released from the album; "Running", "Light Surrounding You", "Unbreakable", and "Never Let You Go". Of these, "Light Surrounding You" charted best, and became Evermore's first number one single.
Real Life was initially recorded on the Central Coast of New South Wales, where the band spent three months. Production moved to Easton, Maryland for an additional three months, and continued recording with producer John Alagía. Says Peter, "we did nearly all of it without him...[we] worked with him because we had to — the record company wouldn't allow us to do it all ourselves." Following recording and production, the album was mixed by Tom Lord-Alge (blink-182).
The album's release was followed by a tour of New Zealand and Australia that began in September and October with support acts Bob Evans, The Vagrant City Scandal and The Hampdens. In June 2006, Evermore opened for another band who trace their own start a decade ago, also coming from New Zealand to gain world fame in Melbourne. Thus, they found themselves as the opening act for Split Enz at the Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne. On 17 November 2006, Evermore performed at a charity concert: the Make Poverty History Concert in Melbourne, playing "Stand by Me". Early in 2007, the band played at the Big Day Out, as well as at the 21st Australian Scout Jamboree and on 29 April they appeared at the 2007 MTV Australia Video Music Awards to perform "Light Surrounding You".
Truth of the World: Welcome to the Show (2008–2009) 
The band's third album Truth of the World: Welcome to the Show was released on 20 March 2009 and debuted at number 14 on the ARIA albums chart. The album was preceded by two singles; the first, "Between The Lines", was released as a free download from the band's website on 10 November 2008. The second single, "Hey Boys and Girls (Truth of the World pt.2)", was released on 3 February 2009. It peaked at number 5 on the New Zealand charts and number 4 on the Australian charts. Their single "Can You Hear Me?" was released to radio on 11 May, but did not chart.
In July and August 2009, Evermore supported Pink during the Funhouse Tour in Ireland and on the second half of the Australian leg of the tour. After the successful Australian tours in support of Truth of the World: Welcome to the Show and support of the pop artist Pink on her Funhouse Tour, the singer was impressed enough to invite the band to perform as main support act for her upcoming European tour. The band released a self-titled greatest hits album on 12 March in Australia and New Zealand, which included the single "Underground", which did not chart.
Follow The Sun (2010–present) 
After completing their tour of Europe as opening act for superstar Pink earlier in the year, the band took some time off, stating on their official website and blog that they were currently writing and recording their next studio album. The band took 2011 as an opportunity to build a new recording studio, now named, The Stables Recording Studio, in regional Victoria, using it to record new material. A redesign of the band's website also saw a number of new acoustic demo tracks being released.
On the afternoon of Sunday, 12 September 2010, the brothers returned to their hometown of Feilding, New Zealand to perform in a charity event, "Small Town, Big Heart", sponsored by national radio station MoreFM and various other local businesses, for the people of the town. Held at the local Manfeild Events Centre, it had been arranged to lift the spirits of the town after recent tragic events in the previous months of a young farming father who had been shot dead, the fatal plane crash of a much loved local pilot and her student, and a double-murder/suicide of a local husband, wife and father.
The band also performed in Christchurch's "Band Together" on the Saturday 23 October. This was a free event held in the city's North Hagley Park, following the 7.1 magnitude earthquake that hit the region on 4 September.
On 21 December 2010, a free Christmas song was released as an "early Chrissy present", entitled "Here's to You".
The band's new album Follow The Sun was released on 12 October 2012. The first single, the title track 'Follow the Sun', was released on 24 August. The single is currently being used by HBO in a promotional video for its upcoming 2013 schedule. A short Australian tour was also undertaken in anticipation of the release of the album, as well as some shows in support of Maroon 5's Australian leg of their worldwide 'Overexposed World Tour' in October 2012.
A bit more recently, they went on a promotional tour on Matchbox Twenty's 'North' Australian tour.
|Studio albums||Extended plays
Awards and nominations 
ARIA Awards 
|2005||Dreams||Album of the Year||Nominated|
|Dreams||Breakthrough Artist — Album||Nominated|
|Dreams||Best Rock Album||Nominated|
|"For One Day"||Single of the Year||Nominated|
|2007||"Light Surrounding You"||Best Pop Release||Nominated|
|2009||"Hey Boys and Girls"||Highest Selling Single||Nominated|
Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards 
|2007||Real Life||Album of the Year||Nominated|
|"Light Surrounding You"||Single of the Year||Won|
|Evermore||People’s Choice Award||Nominated|
|Real Life||Best Group||Nominated|
|Real Life||Best Rock Album||Nominated|
Other awards 
- 2005 MTV Australia Awards, Supernova Breakthrough Act for Dreams
- 2005 APRA Silver Scroll Award for "It's Too Late".
- 2007 Channel V Oz Artist of the Year.
- 2005 Jack Awards, Best Live Newcomer.
- 2006 APRA Silver Scroll Award for "Running".
- 2009 The New Zealand sweets as Choice awards
- 2010 APRA Awards, Most Played Australian Work and Rock Work of the Year for "Hey Boys and Girls (Truth of the World pt.2)".
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- Barry, Rebecca (2 July 2006). "Evermore in the Running". New Zealand Herald. Retrieved 28 December 2007.
- Case, Alex (28 January 2007). "Pete Hume — Evermore interview". Soulshine.com.au. Retrieved 27 December 2007.
- "National Winners '00". smokefreerockquest. Retrieved 24 July 2011.
- "Evermore August/September 2004". New Zealand Musician. Retrieved 27 December 2007.
- "Evermore — Dreams". australian-charts.com. Retrieved 26 December 2007.
- Sosnowski, Ann Marie (23 February 2005). "Evermore.". dBmagazine.com.au. Archived from the original on 14 October 2007. Retrieved 27 December 2007.
- "Evermore". Discogs. Retrieved 30 December 2007.
- "The February 2004 New Zealand Floods". National Climate Centre. Archived from the original on 14 October 2007. Retrieved 27 December 2007.
- Goodman, Eleanor (20 May 2006). "Evermore — Dreams". News Desk. Soundgenerator.com. Retrieved 27 December 2007.
- "Evermore record exclusively for iTunes". Warner Music Australasia. 2005. Archived from the original on 14 October 2007. Retrieved 12 August 2007.
- "Evermore — Real Life". australian-charts.com. Retrieved 27 December 2007.
- "ARIA Charts — Accreditations – 2006 Albums". ARIA. Retrieved 27 December 2007.
- Webb, Dan (20 July 2006). "Evermore interview". Xdafied.com.au. Archived from the original on 14 October 2007. Retrieved 27 December 2007.
- Barry, Rebecca (2 July 2006). "Evermore in the running". Lifestyle. Retrieved 27 December 2007.
- "Running". Amplifier Music NZ. Retrieved 27 December 2007.
- Donovan, Patrick (18 November 2006). "'We can't win war on terror unless we win this war'". The Age. Retrieved 27 December 2007.
- "Big Day Out 2007 – 1st line-up announcement". EnjoyPerth.net. Archived from the original on 14 October 2007. Retrieved 27 December 2007.
- New, Craig (4 November 2008). "Evermore Are Back!!". Evermore mailing list. Retrieved 4 November 2008.[dead link]
- "Evermore – Hey Boys and Girls (truth of the World pt.2) – Music Charts". αCharts.us. 2009. Retrieved 21 March 2009.
- Braithwaite, Alyssa (16 March 2009). "Evermore unleash concept album". Stuff.co.nz. Retrieved 21 March 2009.
- Gilchrist, Shane (21 March 2009). "Evermore: creative concepts". Otago Daily Times. Retrieved 21 March 2009.
- "Helpful Pink will be thanked for Evermore". The Sydney Morning Herald. 13 September 2009.
- "Here's To You!". Evermore. Retrieved 21 December 2010.
- "History: Winners by Artist: Evermore". ARIA. Retrieved 28 December 2007.[dead link]
- "Winners for the 2007 Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards". New Zealand Music Awards. Retrieved 28 December 2007.[dead link]
- "Winners History". APRA. Archived from the original on 10 November 2007. Retrieved 28 December 2007.
- "Oz Artist of the Year". Channel V. Archived from the original on 27 December 2007. Retrieved 27 December 2007.
- "The Jack Awards". Jack Daniels. Retrieved 28 December 2007.
- "Most Played Australian Work – 2010". Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA). Retrieved 27 May 2010.
- "Rock Work of the Year – 2010". Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA). Retrieved 27 May 2010.
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