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"Evolvers Bullets/Midnight Song Review"

If straight up rock 'n' roll with no gimmicks and just pure musicanship is you thing, then this band are just for you. Evolvers instantly impress withs this double A-side single release. "Bullets" opens up with a great rock riff and an energetic drum line that builds up the momentum as the song peaks with passionate vocals and gritty guitar work. There's a complete shift in mood for "Midnight Song" which features acoustics, sensitive and impressive vocals and a terrific solo. Both tunes are catchy enough to attract most rock fans and Evolvers already show a great maturity and talent for a band who only formed in the summer of 2007. This is truly great stuff. - Black Velvet Magazine

"Evolvers Bullets/Midnight Song Review"

The Evolvers, summing them up won't do them the credit they deserve. Their
song "Bullets" is what we here at RiotZine call bloody amazing. They sound
like indie incarnate, but without the crap, the emotion showed in this band
shows and really pays off. The Welsh trio (Nick B Byrne
Guitar/Keyboards/Vocals, Morgan Bale - Bass, David Church - Drums) have
pulled off a remarkable sound which stands out.
These guys I believe are truly the ones to watch. - RiotZine


Bullets/Midnight Song Released 10th December 2007 hit the official UK indie chart at number 20.



Evolvers are a 3 Piece Rock n’ Roll band from South Wales. Formed in the summer of 2007 when Nick B. Byrne (Guitar/Vocals) teamed up with Morgan Bale (Bass) and David Church (Drums), Evolvers have fast become a tight and uncompromising unit, with tons of conviction backed with a raw, passionate, high energy sound.

The 10th December 2007 saw the bands first release on Dragonffli Records. A limited edition double A side single Bullets/Midnight Song. The former a hard hitting 3 minute stomp about world gun culture. The latter a gentler but never the less powerful epic of human emotion. The single reached number 20 in the UK Independent Chart in December 2007. To coincide with the release the band hit the road on a short and successful UK tour. May 2008 saw the bands biggest gig to date supporting former Libertines' bassist John Hassall's new band Yeti.

With a whole host of live dates lined up and the release of there new download only single Reflections on Dragonffli Records, exciting times lay ahead for Evolvers.