The inheritance of an old piano sparked new Scottish act Evering’s first collaboration. From this inception, the duo of Chris Yendell and Dawn Coulshed have created a sound which is also brimming with inheritance from their varied influences, including Scottish traditional Highlands music, Elbow, Jeff Buckley and Led Zeppelin, yet have kindled something that is their own.
Yendell’s vocals are raw, emotive and rich in experiences which pulls the listener into Coulshed’s intricate piano work and the acoustic backdrop. The result is something very special with a timeless feel which is hard to come by. It’s a water-colour of styles, focusing on the mood and engagement which creates cinema in the story telling in a simple yet moving way.
Evering’s debut self-released EP ‘Running Circles’ received plays from BBC Introducing and Radio X’s Dave Rowntree. New single ‘Have No Fear’ bursts with beauty and sentiment conjuring longing for freedom yet it is celebratory in its resolution. This duo want to take you on a journey with a reflective yet ‘seize the day’ motive, so have no fear in joining them.