Melodic hard rock outfit Evans Blue have just premiered their new single, “Erase My Scars,” online through AOL Noisecreep at The track is the lead single off of the group’s upcoming new self-titled album, which is slated to hit stores on July 27th through FOF Label Group/EMI.
“‘Erase My Scars’ is an emotionally-charged song, but one that we are very excited to share with the world when it premieres on on Tuesday,” says Evans Blue singer Dan Chandler. “With each new recording, we hope to elevate the Evans Blue sound, and sonically, we believe that this is our best song yet. We hope it is cranking at every BBQ and in every car this summer.”
Evans Blue’s new album was recorded with Trevor Kustiak, who has produced all of the group’s previous records. The album has already generated massive airplay on SiriusXM’s OCTANE channel with the track “Sick Of It,” which has become one of the most requested tracks on the station and was ranked #2 overall for 2009.


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