Everfi is excited to be releasing their first ever full-length album, “Aarp.”
The band has been working on their first full-fledged album since 2014’s “Amphetamine,” which they recorded with producer/vocalist/vocals duo, Daniel “Nicky” Hager.
Everfi’s first full length album is called “AARP Financial Education” and it features more than 50 songs of songs by the band, including songs by “Elevator to the Top” and “You Have Been Abandoned.”
This is a major milestone for Everfi, who were founded in 2013, but only made their debut with their debut single “Eliminate the Other.”
The band has toured and recorded with a variety of artists over the years, including artists like Kanye West, John Mayer, The Weeknd, and Justin Timberlake.
Everfis new album features new vocalist/guitarist, Dan “Nico” Nicks, and drummer, Chris “Chris” Puey.
“Aarps” features a track called “Boom Boom Boom,” which was originally produced by the late Michael Jackson, who died in 2015.
Nicks says that “Aarrps” is a celebration of Everfis musical history and the band’s current creative direction.
“It’s our attempt to make an album about our life, our family, our friends, our band,” he says.
“That’s what we are.
And we are very excited about the new music.
This is a chance for us to show people that we’re doing it right and we’re not going to stop.
That we have our roots in this music and we have that passion for it that we are.”
The album is scheduled for release this fall.
The band is currently in the middle of recording a new album, and they are currently working on a video for “Bom Booms” and a full-album album is in the works.