Thursday, July 31, 2008

The Everybodyfields and Nothing is Okay

To anyone who enjoys the Everybodyfields (and to everyone else, I highly recommend them), i learned recently that their new album Nothing Is Okay, which I posted a couple months ago, consists of songs the two main members Sam and Jill wrote about each other over a period of a couple of years after they broke up. These songs are reflections on their past together, their feelings about each other and trying to reconcile with the breakup. Knowing this makes listening to these songs an even better experience. Here are a couple of Youtube interviews with them in which they explain the songs a bit.


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KingsofSquidma said...

Really love those videos.

In case you don't have the first record, I've just posted it on my blog:

Really appreciate the stuff on this blog, keep up the good work-

Sean said...

I've seen the everybodyfields 11 times. They're the nicest people you'll ever meet and so talented. Sam is one of the funniest people I've ever come in contact with. They're just great.