After a four-year break, one of the most significant local bands
of the 90s has a publishing house and a new album.
Everest is Eva Braun's most complex album to date. Whilst marking
a return to playing with the pop idioms that characterised their
masterpiece Pop music (B92, 1995), in terms of style Everest is
Eva Braun's most diverse album. More than any of its predecessors,
the album encapsulates the entire musical experience that the band
and its members lived through. Inflammatory rock songs, ethereal
ballads, unpretentious pop vignettes, even a dash of reggae, harmoniously
coexist on an album that sets new standards in arrangement and production
on the local music scene.
With this album, Eva Braun prove they are still unprecedented champions
of an often neglected, but precious discipline - impeccable guitar