Evermore (Evermore album)

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Greatest hits album by Evermore
Released 12 March 2010 (2010-03-12)
Recorded Room 101, Dragonfly Studios, Melbourne, Australia
Genre Rock, electronic rock
Label Warner
Producer Jon Hume, Dann Hume
Evermore chronology
Truth of the World: Welcome to the Show
Follow The Sun
Singles from Evermore
  1. "Underground"
    Released: 19 February 2010

Evermore is the self-titled international debut album by New Zealand rock band Evermore, which was also released in Australia and New Zealand on 12 March 2010. The album is a collection of songs from the band's entire history, as well as three new songs including the single "Underground".

The first single "Underground" was released to radio in late January 2010 and later as a digital download on 19 February 2010. The Australian and New Zealand release of the album came packaged with a limited edition DVD, featuring a live performance from the band filmed at the O2 Arena in London. The DVD also includes documentary footage of the band travelling around Europe with American pop singer P!nk. The Irish and United Kingdom iTunes release of the album contains three remixes as bonus tracks.

Several of the singles from Truth of the World have been edited to eliminate the concept interludes from the original album, with some receiving newly recorded parts and altered music such as "Everybody's Doing It" receiving a new ending, "Hey Boys and Girls" receiving a new beginning (taken from the end of "Max Is Stable") and a re-recorded mid-verse, "Between the Lines" now having a new intro and the speech in the middle removed (the same as the radio edit).

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Evermore.

No. Title Release year Length
1. "Underground" 2010 (new song) 3:39
2. "Hey Boys and Girls (Truth of the World pt.2)" (edit) 2009 4:48
3. "Running" 2006 4:24
4. "For One Day" 2005 4:10
5. "This Is Love" 2010 (new song) 4:34
6. "Light Surrounding You" 2006 3:56
7. "Between the Lines" (edit) 2008 4:11
8. "It's Too Late (Ride On)" 2004 3:58
9. "Never Let You Go" 2007 4:16
10. "Everybody's Doing It" (edit) 2009 4:38
11. "Throwitaway" 2010 (new song) 3:40
12. "Can You Hear Me?" (edit) 2009 4:11
13. "Unbreakable" 2007 3:31
14. "Front Page Story / Diamonds in the River" 2009 5:23
15. "Dreams Call Out to Me" 2004 4:33
Total length: 63:52
  • The Australian DVD also contains clips of the band on the road in Europe in addition to the listed songs.
  • Some versions of the UK release came with a digital booklet.[3]

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (2010) Peak position
ARIA Albums Chart[4] 30
New Zealand Albums Chart[5] 22


  • Jon Hume – vocals, guitars, percussion, synthesizers, programming, production
  • Peter Hume – bass guitar, piano, keyboards, vocals, synthesizers, programming
  • Dann Hume – vocals, drums, guitars, percussion, piano, bass guitar, programming


  1. ^ "7digital release". 
  2. ^ "Amazon.co.uk release". 
  3. ^ "7digital booklet release". 
  4. ^ "australian-charts.com - Evermore - Evermore". australian-charts.com. Retrieved 28 March 2010. 
  5. ^ "Evermore - Evermore". charts.org.nz. Retrieved 26 March 2010.