Something Underground is pleased to announce the release of their much-anticipated live album Saturday, February 26, 2016, 8pm at the Bluebird Theater in Denver. Tickets go on sale Friday, December 18, 10 a.m. at AXS.com. Titled simply “Live,” this new album showcases the energetic stage performances, unique takes on familiar pop songs and surprising way of juxtaposing originals with recognizable covers that Something Underground has become known for. “One of the most common questions we get at shows is, ‘How can I get a recording of that?’” says Seth Larson, vocals, guitar. “Well, now we finally have an album that captures that live sound. We haven’t quite figured out how to bottle the energy that’s created at our shows, but at least these dozen songs will give listeners a taste.” Tracks on the album include covers of “Three Little Birds” by Bob Marley, “Come Together” by The Beatles, “Freedom” by Richie Havens, “The One I Love” by REM and “Yer So Bad” by Tom Petty. Additionally the album includes live versions of fan-favorites “Be Alright,” “Zombies,” and “Lovity Love.” “Live” also includes a new variation of “She’s on Fire” which had previously only been available for download as well as formerly unreleased originals “Your Love” and “Goin' Big.” The sole studio-recorded song on the album is “We Could’ve Been” which includes guest vocals and violin by Haley Rydell (I’m With Her). “Every break-up has two sides,” explains Joshua Larson, vocals, bass. “We had always wanted to record with Hayley, and having her in the studio gave this song a feminine energy and balance. It was a great opportunity to reflect the dual nature of any relationship.” “Live” was funded in part by a grant from Colorado Creative Industries. “We’ve always done much of the work on our prior albums at our warehouse studio in north Denver,” says Seth Larson. “This grant gave us an opportunity creatively and dynamically collaborate with Colorado Sound Studios. We provided the raw tracks from our shows over the past few years and Colorado Sound provided the polish.” “Live” is available for pre-order at http://somethingunderground.com/product/something-underground-live-lp/.Tickets Save
Bio: What do you get when you blend harmonizing brothers and crushing songs with a whole lotta love? Denver-based power trio, Something Underground.
Brothers Seth and Josh Larson and their long-time drummer, Trevor Mariotti, were born into musical families. That deep-rooted connection to music is eve...See Full Bio
“They expertly perform...songs, stir the crowd and seem to read each other's moves with just a glance. This makes for a synergy and an onstage tight performance every time.”