And SF59 Covers is joining the domain! Soon we will be reached at starflyer59fans.com/covers ! 🙂 We will be hosting both sites and integrating the communities, and creating a main site page to feature all SF59 fan activity including covers!
See you at the new site, and looking forward to featuring more covers! 😀
Admin of SF59 Covers and Starflyer59Fans.com
New unheard cover! Keep cool out there with this fantastic rendition of Housewife Love Song by T.P. Berkholtz! 🙂
T.P. Berkholtz is a songwriter and music performer from St. Louis, Missouri. Best known as the crowd-engaging keyboardist and front man for mid-west indie legends Berlin Whale, and for utilizing a Tascam analog 4-track as a live instrument in the band Exercise, Trevor began his solo music career back in 2006 under the name Sheep In Wolf. In 2011 he formed Bomb Dawg and performed a live 3-piece rock band’s adaptation of Frank Sinatra’s album Watertown in its entirety.
For the last 5 years, Trevor has been working on a concept album called Scary Sounds, which he swears he’ll one day finish and release. Many of the demos from the Scary Sounds sessions are available on his Sound Clouds page.
Hope your 2018 summer is going great! Here’s The Summmer Dolls covering “I Was 17”!
The Summer Dolls from Nashville TN create timeless pop sounds re-calibrated through a delectably modern lens. Baby doll angelic vocals float over churning 21st century noise pop, and Fender guitars sunbathe in an endless summer of reverb.
Starflyer 59 is one of our favorite bands and an early / constant / essential influence. “Silver” perked up our ears, “Gold” bared our soul, and “Americana” gave us swagger. “The Fashion Focus” and “Everybody Makes Mistakes” were the vital soundtracks of many a late night drive full of emotions too deep to process or express. “Leave Here a Stranger” showed us a modern pop masterpiece while “Old” showed us a modern rock masterpiece. “Portuguese Blues” was a delightful throwback, the strings on “Talking Voice vs. Singing Voice” melted our hearts, and the bass guitar on “My Island” got us on our feet. And on. And on.
The Majestic High bring the fantastic fantasy of the “Trucker’s Son”!
A dream-pop studio project of Seoul-based commercial music director Andi Roselund and wife Nakyung “Cindi” Kim, combining jangley guitars with loads of modulated delay and reverb, tucked in with dense vocals and lush orchestral arrangements. Significant influences include Pale Saints, Moose, Mew, A-ha, Tears for Fears, and The Smiths. A full length release is expected to be completed in late 2018. https://soundcloud.com/themajestichigh
It was bound to happen! Punk rock cover of “No New Kinda Story” by Jet Hot!
Punk rock music from the western hills of North Carolina. The bass player and drummer met at christian book store trying to recommend SF59 to each other…20 years later, we still have the same passion. Guitars: Jeremiah Blevins, Bass/Vocals: Preston Hensley, Drums: Ryan Morris. http://jethot.bandcamp.com/ https://soundcloud.com/jet-hot