Nashville Trio Everlife Release Third Full Length “At The End of Everything” On February 19th

By on December 11, 2012

Nashville trio Everlife return with At The End of Everything on February 19th, their first full-length album since 2007’s self-titled release on Hollywood Records. Distributed by Tone Tree (The Civil Wars), the album includes a co-write with Brandi Cyrus on “What Made Us” and the physical CD offers a bonus cover of Larry Gatlin’s “Alleluia.”
“I’m trying to find/ that place in the sun/where three can breath/ and live as one/ so listen to their story in a song/ it starts with a song” opens “Three Little Girls.” The first of ten tracks, the album’s personal storylines reflect the evolution sisters Amber, Sarah and Julia – now women – have undergone the past five years since their Disney debut.
Outside of music, each has pursued different passions: Amber, the oldest, is a talented graphic designer, Sarah, a personal trainer and Julia, the youngest, a budding jewelry designer.
Coming together for At The End of Everything feels like the closing of a chapter for the sisters as they confront themes of love, longing and loss while coming into their own. Everlife captures the album’s intimate feel with the video for the lead single “Coming Home.” Watch the video on YOUTUBE
Formed in 1997, Everlife moved to Nashville in 2003 and released their self-titled debut album and single “Evidence” on Tovah Records. Everlife can lay claim to wonderful success after being signed by the Walt Disney Company as teens. Their wholesome lifestyle and creative talent were a perfect fit for the brand that sets their standard high with families.  The results culminated in world tours, contributions to 12 Disney compilation records, a self-titled release on Hollywood Records in 2007 and performances for millions of fans.
Everlife will release At The End of Everything on February 19th. Tour and news updates available at:



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