Fresh Alt-Rock the way it used be: Fast, Loud, and Fun.
Go All Night is a high energy composition that lands somewhere between Big Star and Oasis, a pleasing combination of vintage Alt-Rock and anthemic Britpop, that calls to mind the blissful joy of drunken college weekends. The Story is true, or at least how we remeber it, as almost every foggy weekend in school The Over Unders manufactured a good time similar to that described. Yes, there were parties on fourth street, and no one will ever forget "The Unders'" basement show at townhouse 8. The track is a true testament to booze and best friends, serving as a blurry vision of the past, and a promise for the good times yet to come.
A diverse collection of upbeat Rock N' Roll songs that are inspired by Britpop, Classic Alternative, and something entirely new.
After receiving substantial critical praise for their first two EP's from music blogs like Absolute Powerpop and 1001 Records, The Over Unders knew it was time to make a leap forward in their musical career. Creating a debut LP became the focus for brothers Sam and Matthew Hellman, who were already swimming in a substantial batch of new songs by the time 2017's Bet On Us was released. Last summer proved to be the most productive writing period for the band to date, as every day seemed to bring forth a track with more power than the last. Drummer Matthew even got in on the action, making his first creative contribution on the Cow Punk anthem "Sleep the night Away." As the time to record approached in January of 2018, the challenge for the band was no longer producing solid material, but trying to decide which of the 20+ new songs to include. What resulted is "One Fine Day," an album that is both a culmination of The Over Unders work so far, and a look at their musical direction going forward. This diverse collection of 11 tracks truly has something for everyone, with sounds reminiscent of Britpop, Alternative, and everything in between. However, what truly makes this record is its fresh take on Rock N' Roll that is entirely unique to this band of brothers. All 30 odd minutes of One Fine Day will leave you energized, nostalgic, and ready for more Over Unders.
An action-packed preview of the album sharing it's name, this track encapsulates the glory of Power Pop, Punk, and Pub Rock in just two daring minutes.
Being the the title track and second single, One Fine Day serves a vital role as the first look into The Over Unders new sound. While boasting a soaring hook unmatched by the band to date, the song accomplishes in just two minutes more than both previous EP's put together. The gritty guitar intro coupled with the jangly, almost Beatles-esque, post chorus adds a refreshing complexity that will leave listeners excited about the full LP to come.
The obvious choice for first single, Top of the World is the epic climax on One Fine Day that pays tribute to all things big and Britpop.
A sarcastic narrative of a rock star who just wants to live a "simple" life like the rest of us; there is nothing scaled down about this anthemic giant of a song. Featuring a whopping six tracked guitars on the chorus, and loads of savory feedback, this track was written for one reason: to be played really f****** loud. Good luck getting this one out of your head, and feel free to sing along. After all, we all live on top of this rock.
Rock N' Roll music that will remind you of the all-time greats, and get stuck in your head for days.
This is the second EP from the young band of brothers The Over Unders. Recorded live in the studio without a metronome, the band is truly presented at their best here. The songs have both hooks and energy that are unmatched by anything they have released to date. The classic cover image was unplanned, and taken randomly by Justin Conley on a warm Fall night of college shenanigans. It depicts band members Sam and Matthew Hellman, Creative Manager Quin Sabelko, and the talented artist Sam Kalies, who once again arranged the cover and artwork. Enjoy!
Out West is the lead single from The Over Unders' sophomore EP effort: Bet On Us. Featuring instrumentation unlike anything the band has released to date, the song tells the story of two outlaws who flee west in an attempt to evade the authorities.
The cover shot, taken by Sam Hellman and arranged by Sam Kalies, portrays Quin Sabelko standing in the Badlands of South Dakota. Sabelko is also featured on the track itself, with a simple, yet riveting delivery of spoken word.
Rock N Roll with an alternative edge.
This EP is a debut of songs from The Over Unders, a young band consisting of two brothers interested in throwing Rock N' Roll back to the kids again. This collection of four tracks features limited studio production, with electric guitar, bass, drums, and vocals, that will remind you of alternative rock from the 80's, 90's, and 00's.