Eve 6 Return With “Speak In Code” — First New Album In 8 Years


SoCal pop-punk band [lastfm]Eve 6[/lastfm] dominated alternative radio in the late 90’s and early 2000’s. Hit singles “Here’s To The Night” and “Inside Out” were nigh inescapable, soundtracking movies and television as frequently as personal road trips and graduation balls. Their break-up in ’07 might not have surprised anyone – fame’s affect on a musician’s sanity is well-cautioned, after all – but that’s not to say their fans have lost interest. As original member Max Collins and second generation drummer Tony Fagensen toured as [lastfm]The Sugi Tap[/lastfm], hype surrounded the mysterious new project and bubbled into an outpour of support for new [lastfm]Eve 6[/lastfm] material. Five years later, a reinvigorated band shares Speak In Code.




[lastfm]Eve 6[/lastfm] – Speak In Code (Fearless Records)
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Stream: Billboard


Track list:
1.”Curtain”
2.”Victoria”
3.”Situation Infatuation”
4.”B.F.G.F.”
5.”Lion’s Den”
6.”Blood Brothers”
7.”Lost & Found”
8.”Moon”
9.”Downtown”
10.”Trust Me”
11.”Everything”
12.”Pick Up the Pieces”



[vevo]http://www.vevo.com/watch/eve-6/victoria/US5271216202[/vevo]

Do you have a favorite Eve 6 lyric that gets stuck in your head? Here’s ours:
[metrolyrics artist="eve 6" song="here's to the night"]

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