Released in 2016, Mary Lee, is Everest Cale's third album, recorded at The End in Brooklyn.  Mary Lee is a great white shark that was tagged and tracked by the ocean research and rescue group OCEARCH. The record marks the addition of Aidan Shepard's bombastic drumming, and includes new tracks that the band wrote together for the record, including "New New York" and "Love is a March" as well as the completion of some of the bands first songs such as "Pretty" and "Beauty on the Mountain".

PRESS : SCENE SC : MOULTRIE NEWS : PANCAKES AND WHISKEY

LYRICS:

1. NEW NEW YORK

2. BEAUTY ON THE MOUNTAIN 

3. LOVE IS A MARCH

4. PRETTY 

5. MARY LEE 

6. WAS I WRONG

 


The band's second album was Constellation Choir recorded and released in 2013 with producer Joe Colmenero.  The record was well received with the first single "Before I Knew What Love Was" gathering 1.2 million listens on Spotify alone.  With only four tracks, each song packs a very serious sonic punch.  The record deals with love, loneliness and nuclear fallout all over melodic and heavy tracks.

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LYRICS:

1. I AWOKE

2. BEFORE I KNEW WHAT LOVE WAS

3. FOSSILS

4. HOLE


Everest Cale started in 2012 with the release of the Beast under the management of EIPR.  The record was recorded by Joe Colmenero at the Cutting Room, in the heart of NYC.  The title song "Beast" was a quick favorite, with an indie rock sound, and enthralling lyrics.  Tracks such as "Goodbye" and "Place We Know As Home" were reminiscent of singer Brett Treacy's time as a singer songwriter.  The record's second single "The Ocean" deals with lost love and was immediately licensed to a tv pilot.

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LYRICS:

1. BEAST

2. GOODBYE

3. THE OCEAN

4. SOAKED

5. PLACE WE KNOW IS HOME