Everybell​/​Wildcat Split 7" Record

by Everybell & Whistle / Wildcat Revival

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    Limited to 300 copies on white vinyl. Packaged in a four-color screenprinted sleeve that folds up like a giant matchbook, designed by Dan Black and Jessica Seamans and printed at Landland. The inside has lyrics and all that stuff.

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I don't really know what to say about this thing. This was the final Everybell recording before we broke up in 2009, as well as the final release from my now-defunct, barely-even-funct-to-begin-with "Say & Stay Said" record label. I think Wildcat Revival went on to release a couple other things before breaking up or going on hiatus or something. This record came out right around the time both bands went on a two week tour of the Midwest, and serves as a weird time capsule of all of us caravan-ing from town to town.

Wildcat Revival is a young, terrifically energetic band; Everybell was a bunch of weirdos but definitely old men by comparison, and I remember feeling a little bit of pressure to make our side a little rougher and crazier than some of our other stuff, just to balance it out (and not sound like wimps next to their ridiculous wall of sound). Our song was a reworking of a song by my cousin Josh's short-lived hardcore band Harbor (Josh is also our drummer Jacob's older brother, Jacob and I are cousins) that almost nobody knows about, but they wrote a handful of really amazing songs...hopefully we did it some justice here.

At any rate, we ended up touring with Wildcat Revival shortly after this came out, and even though it was probably the last straw as far as us being a band was concerned, I really don't think there's any way I would have rather spent that summer...sweating it out in the van, sleeping in fields behind Wal-Marts, battle-style dual-band sets in churches and getting kicked out of house parties. This record doesn't really sound like any of that stuff, but it sorta does.



released July 1, 2008

At this point, Everybell was Mark Swoverland, Jacob Steinbauer, Tim Cronin & Dan Black. "Clean" was originally written by Harbor. Words by Josh Steinbauer. Recorded by Everybell at Sounds Pleasant, March 2008

"This City is Haunted" was recorded at Uncle Bob's Storage Space by Matt Whitson, March 2008.




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"Landland Colportage" is a semi-formal division of Landland, which we have made responsible for occasionally producing & publishing a variety of "limited edition" and/or "handmade" art objects & cultural artifacts, including VINYL RECORDS, AUDIO CASSETTES, and other "non-flatstock" items of varying importance. ... more

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