New Zealand alternative rock and roll trio Evermore comprised the 3 Hume brothers: singer/guitarist Jon, bassist/keyboardist Peter, and drummer Dann. Weaned on the parents’ record collection (the band’s name originates using the traditional Led Zeppelin ballad “The Fight of Evermore”), the Fielding-born Humes performed music throughout their adolescence, initial collaborating beneath the Evermore aegis in 1999. A calendar year later, they stated top honors within the annual Kiwi senior high school music group competition Rock Goal, channeling their award money to their very own recording facility, Crimson Sky Studio room. Although Evermore pressed just 300 copies of the 2002 one “Sliding Away,” the record gained steady airplay over the important Australian radio electric outlet Triple J. The place also supported the band’s initial Aussie tour, installed in 2003 to get the EP Essential oil and Water. A few months afterwards Evermore resurfaced with another EP, MY VERY OWN Way, along with a tour to get U.S. rock and roll clothing Brad. When flooding compelled the trio to flee Crimson Sky Studio room, they lower their 2004 debut full-length Dreams in Seattle with maker Barrett Jones. The singles “It’s As well Past due” and “FOR JUST ONE Day” had been both Best 20 strikes in Australia, and after assisting New Zealand pop legends Break up Enz on the 2006 reunion tour, Evermore released their sophomore LP, TRUE TO LIFE.