Eithermore Releases Breathtaking Version of “First Day of My Life”

Long Island-based band Eithermore has just released a captivating cover of Bright Eyes’ classic track “First Day of My Life.” The alt-rock group, known for their genre-bending music, and songwriting talents, has managed to put their own spin on the iconic Bright Eyes track.

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The band’s frontperson, Jordanna Felice, has a powerful and emotive voice that perfectly captures the essence of the song, while the band’s additional instrumentation creates a lush and atmospheric backdrop for the vocals. The sense of urgency drives the message home and makes them feel even more profound compared to the original.

This take on “First Day of My Life” is a testament to Eithermore’s versatility. Their ability to seamlessly blend different genres and styles is a hallmark of their sound, and this cover is a prime example of their talent.

With their debut record “Cycle of Opposites” released in 2018, the band has been making waves in the Long Island music scene and beyond. The band is set to release new music in 2023, and fans are eagerly awaiting what’s to come. According to reports, the band is going back to their roots with a more stripped-down singer-songwriter approach. This exciting development is sure to cement Eithermore’s place as one of the most innovative and exciting music groups in the Long Island music scene.

Fans of Bright Eyes and innovative indie rock will definitely want to give their latest release a listen. Hear it on Spotify now:

“I want the new music to speak for itself. This is why I decided to release this stripped Bright Eyes cover from a session in 2019. “First Day Of My Life”, is a song by one of my biggest influences Bright Eyes.  It’s one of those songs that I always come back to. It resonates with me in new ways over time, and reminds me of all of my past and present loves. It felt appropriate to release it on Valentine’s Day. Grateful that some of my best friends worked on this track with me. Zachary Kirsimae accompanied me on the bass, and Zach TK Zanghi did all the production and engineering. I’m so excited to be releasing new music and entering a new era of Eithermore and this is a little sneak peak of what’s to come.” – Eithermore

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