Titled ‘Never Be The Same’, it follows up on October’s ‘Ash Is Gone’ in previewing debut album ‘In The Attic’, which is set for release on 14th May.
Speaking about the remix Eatherly explains: “It’s so interesting and exciting having an artist you respect reimagine your work in a way that you never could have possibly heard or thought of yourself. Other than great taste and a knack for making the sounds hit your ears just right, both Andrew and Johnny have in common that they march to the beat of their own drum. That’s the quality I look up to the most in musicians. It’s a dream to work with them together on a track.”
The project came to fruition when the East Village basement studio Eatherly records in, had a nightclub built directly on top of it. “All of a sudden there was this nightclub above our clubhouse.” he explains. “The energy from upstairs & seeing hundreds of kids just wilding out every night, started seeping into what we were working on downstairs.” Due to Covid – the club closed down leaving no access for Eatherly to enter the studio. So he ended up moving into Jewel’s LA home-studio to write and record their debut album.
You can check out both versions of ‘Never Be The Same’ below.
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