Originally formed as Daylight in 2007, the grunge revivalists changed their name and reissued their debut album, Jar,as Superheaven in 2014. Although their name changed, their sound stayed in tact. Drawing inspiration from the grungy melodies of the ’90s, their sound is reminiscent of bands like Stone Temple Pilots and Soundgarden. After inking a deal with Los Angeles-based indie label Side One Dummy, the band released their sophomore record Ours Is Chrome in 2015. Listen to their popular track “I’ve Been Bored” above.
Superheaven rips the gig with Ernie Ball Regular Slinky, Not Even Slinky, Beefy Slinky, Regular Bass Slinky, and Earthwood 80/20 Medium acoustic strings.
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Chunk! No Captain Chunk!
Forming in 2007, Parisian emo-punk-metal outfit Chunk! No, Captain Chunk! specialize in a heady fusion of hook-filled pop-punk and blistering hardcore. Taking their name from a line in 1985’s adventure-comedy film The Goonies, the band draws inspiration from fellow artists like A Day to Remember, the Wonder Years and Attack Attack! After pinning a deal with Fearless Records, the band released their sophomore album, Pardon My French. After a period of extensive touring that was met with the departure of drummer Jonathan Donnaes, the band issued their most recent album Get Lost, Find Yourself. Listen to their single “The Other Line” above.
Chunk! No, Captain Chunk! use Ernie Ball custom individual strings 14-68 gauge and individual bass strings 65-135 gauge.
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Since the release of her critically-acclaimed record The Voyager, Jenny Lewis has been plotting her highly-anticipated return. Between headlining dates around the globe and stealing the show at Newport Folk Festival in 2018, Lewis has been hard at work in the studio perfecting her latest release. After a five year hiatus, Lewis released On The Line — an introspective soundscape filled with ambient interludes and dreamy melodies. The records’ supporting players include Beck, Benmont Tench, Don Was, Jim Keltner and Ringo Starr among others. Watch the video for the record’s sixth track “Dogwood” above.
Jenny Lewis relies on Ernie Ball Power Slinky Classic Rock N Roll Strings and Earthwood Extra Light Phosphor Bronze.
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Grammy-nominated, faith-based hardcore band Underoath has spent over two decades perfecting their sound. After forming in 1997 and receiving a Grammy nomination a decade later, Underoath stepped back from music for a near-decade absence. Returning in 2016, the band has spent the past few years regaining their rhythm — although they haven’t seemed to skip a beat. Their latest record Erase Me is the apex where melodic heft, tireless power, spatial resonance and arcane electronic textures converge to reveal a band that’s positively fearless. Listen to their track “On My Teeth” above and catch them on tour in a city near you.
Underoath riffs with Ernie Ball Not Even Slinky, Power Bass 5 Slinky, Earthwood Medium Phosphor Bronze acoustic strings, Ernie Ball Gaff Tape and XLR microphone cables.
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Me First and the Gimmie Gimmies
Drawn together by a mutual love of 60s and 70s music, Me First and The Gimme Gimmes work exclusively as a cover band. With an ever-changing cast of characters, singer Spike Slawson originally formed the Gimme Gimmes in 1995. The group gained recognition by the style in which they released their music, naming each song after the artist they were covering. The genre-defying band covers everyone from the Dixie Chicks and Johnny Cash to the Eagles. Their latest release Are We Not Men? We Are Diva! pays tribute to the great pop divas like Madonna and Cher. Listen to their full studio session with Paste Magazine above.
Me First and the Gimmie Gimmies use Ernie Ball Ukulele Strings, Power Slinky, Regular Slinky and Hybrid Bass Slinky.
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