Everclear’s ‘Live At The Whisky A Go Go’ Album Is Coming This September

June 22, 2023

Everclear has revealed the details of their new live album, “Live At The Whisky A Go Go”, and also released the music video for “Heroin Girl”!

The album is due out Friday, September 8,’23 and was recorded and filmed in late 2022 during Everclear’s 30th-anniversary tour. The 17 song set rips through all the songs you hope will be played (full listing below) and there’s even two bonus studio tracks, last year’s single “Year Of The Tiger” and new single “Sing Away”.

Singer Art Alexakis said, “‘Live At The Whisky A Go Go’ is raw, loose, noisy, and kind of ragged around the edges… just like rock and roll is supposed to be. Having grown up in Santa Monica in the late 1970s, performing at the Whisky was always a dream, and that dream finally came true last December. Everclear has always been one of those bands that are way louder and rowdier live than we are on record, so this album is a gift of love to the thousands of fans who have come to our shows over the last 30 years.”

“Live At The Whisky A Go Go” track listing:

01. Introduction (by Matt Pinfield)
02. So Much For The Afterglow
03. Everything To Everyone
04. Heroin Girl
05. Heartspark Dollarsign
06. Father Of Mine
07. Nervous and Weird
08. Fire Maple Song
09. Wonderful
10. Strawberry
11. AM Radio
12. Local God
13. I Will Buy You A New Life
14. Santa Monica
15. Molly’s Lips
16. Year Of The Tiger (Bonus Studio Track)
17. Sing Away (Bonus Studio Track)

Everclear formed in ’92, released 11 studio albums, sold over six million, and had 12 Top 40 hit singles on Mainstream Rock, Alternative, and Adult Top 40 radio, including “Santa Monica”, “Father Of Mine”, “I Will Buy You A New Life”, “Wonderful” and “Everything To Everyone”.

Meanwhile, Everclear wil tour to support this live album in the fall. The 30-date tour features guests The Ataris and The Pink Spiders and starts September 6 in Lexington, Kentucky and wraps up October 15 in Pioneertown, California.

What’s the best live album of all-time? Could you nail it down to one album?