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Soaring, river delta Alt-Country that builds houses of emotion across a warm and lonesome landscape.

Ever More Nest is excited to announce its sophomore album, Out Here Now, scheduled for release on August 19, 2022. Produced by Neilson Hubbard, Out Here Now  builds upon the immersive sounds and themes of its predecessor with textures, tones, and lyricism that delve deep into what makes us human. The first single from the album, What's Gone Is Gone, was released Friday, July 15, 2022

Ever More Nest's debut release, The Place That You Call Home, is available everywhere you support and enjoy music. 

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Coming Soon: Out Here Now, the new album from Ever More Nest

Scheduled for release August 19, 2022

“Brilliant...a beautiful tapestry weaved from thought-provoking messages and Wilburn’s honest soul.”

- No Depression

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Aug19

Ever More Nest @ Ever More Nest Official Album Release Party w/ Emily & The Velvet Ropes + Comedy from JQ Palms

Ever More Nest Official Album Release Party w/ Emily & The Velvet Ropes + Comedy from JQ Palms, New Orleans, LA

Ever More Nest Album Release Party w/ Emily & the Velvet Ropes plus comedy from JQ Palms
Friday, August 19, 2022 @ Zony Mash Beer Project
7pm Doors, 8pm-11pm Show

VIP Tickets include preferred seating & signed copy of the album and show poster! Don't delay!

Presale: $25 VIP / $10 GA
Day of Show: $30 VIP / $12 GA

Ever More Nest: Soaring, river delta Alt-Country that builds houses of emotion across a warm and lonesome landscape.

Rooted in Southern musical traditions and infused with confessional 90s angst, the music of Ever More Nest can likewise lull and rock you right off a front porch. Ever More Nest’s dynamic, homegrown voice—hugged by lush, church-pew harmonies—is complemented by ghostly, effusive guitars, spirited mandolin and banjo, mournful fiddle, and a rhythm section steady as a country train.

Emily & The Velvet Ropes:
Emily Robertson is known for an expressive vocal style that in one moment evokes the sultry, smoky air of a post-Depression jazz club before next mesmerizing audiences with the shimmer, sparkle, and vibrancy of a modern Mardi Gras dancing krewe. Emily & The Velvet Ropes set listeners deep into the plush polyester sofas of the lounge in their minds through moody takes of songs by Leonard Cohen, Nina Simone, Portishead, Patsy Cline, and Roy Orbison. From the soulful to the country or crooning, her band’s musical choices satisfy both the introspective and the uninhibited with a cleverness and curiosity not often attempted by New Orleans cover bands.

JQ Palms:
Q Palms lives in New Orleans and is a prominent stand-up comedian and improviser known for her dry, witty delivery and parody ukulele songs. JQ was a featured comic at the premier opening for New Orleans’ first dedicated comedy venue, Comedy House NOLA, in June 2021 and has been a featured performer there ever since. She headlined the first New Orleans Comedy Festival in November 2021 and currently co-hosts the monthly all-female comedy show “Coven”. JQ was also a featured host and comic at Hell Yes Fest (2019) and St. Claude Comedy Hour (2019-2020). jqpalms.com

Aug23

Ever More Nest on Music My Mother Would Not Like Livestream Series

Ever More Nest returns post album-release to Bruce Swan's livestream series, Music My Mother Would Not LIke.