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Sep 07, 2021

English rock band The Bevis Frond have shared a new song titled “Hold Your Horses.” It is the latest offering from their forthcoming studio album, Little Eden, which will be out this Friday (Sept. 10), via Fire. More

Dec 04, 2018

The Lemonheads (the project led by Evan Dando) are releasing a new album, Varshons 2, on February 8, 2019 via Fire. It’s their first album in nine years and is a covers record. More

Oct 29, 2018

The Lemonheads (the project led by Evan Dando) have announced a new album, Varshons 2, which is their first in nine years. It’s a covers record and they have shared its opening track, a cover of Yo La Tengo’s “Can’t Forget.” More

Listen: Courtney Barnett – “Being Around (Lemonheads Cover)”

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Mar 28, 2014

Courtney Barnett, leading lady of Australia’s folk scene (or any other folk scene for that matter), recently covered The Lemonheads’ “Being Around” at a Sirius XMU session. More




Reviews

Feb 08, 2019

No band sweats luscious, dizzying nostalgia like The Lemonheads. Once cover boy Evan Dando is the sole consistent member of the Boston-formed college-rockers and Varshons 2 picks up where his 2009 album of covers, Varshons, left offblatantly mediocre covers of cushy, critically-acclaimed acts (Varshons featured songs by Gram Parsons, Wire, GG Allin, Leonard Cohen, and Tim Hardin). More

Jul 04, 2009

Since his heyday in the early ‘90s, Evan Dando and his Lemonheads have had somewhat of a rocky time. Reports of drug use and the collapse of the band in 1997 preceded an extended hiatus from music that threatened to end Dando’s career. He came back, seemingly out of nowhere, in 2003 for the understated solo album, Baby I’m Bored, and then returned under the Lemonheads name in 2006, albeit with a completely retooled lineup. In June, The Lemonheads released Varshons, an album of cover songs recorded with yet another group of players, but still under the Lemonheads name. More