Monday, April 29, 2024

Nervous Eaters - "Don't Need to Make You Mine"

Boston's Nervous Eaters have settled into an amazing new chapter in their career, and we're here for it. The band started off in the punk scene of the late 70's, and while their music has slowed down over the decades, it still packs a punch. Their latest single, "Don't Need to Make You Mine," is more power pop than punk, but they throw in enough garage rock grit to keep it at least punk adjacent. It sounds a little like a lost 80's rock song with its earnest lyrics and impossibly catchy... well, really everything. This is shiny power pop at its most earmworm friendly, and what else could you possibly want in a rock song?

Guitarist and songwriter Adam Sherman says of the new single:

"The song is about loving your partner without limits. Harmonious relationships must have freedom as a guiding principle. Embracing the desires of those closest to us allows our loved ones to show their brilliance and seek their true calling."

You can listen to "Don't Need to Make You Mine" below. The single is out now on Wicked Cool Records with a b-side of "Someone Else in Your Arms." For more on Nervous Eaters, check out the band's website. Upcoming tour dates are below the song.

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