Eventually Epic officially premiere their new video for the track titled ‘Shoes’. As with their previous song ‘Breaking Free‘, Eventually Epic gives great care to the construction of each and every track, giving each its own signature. ‘Shoes’ lends a melodic overture with brilliant blends of folk, alt-rock, and even eastern tinged classical filtered through the mind of McCartney and the heart of Lennon with beautiful vocal harmonies throughout. Eventually Epic proves they are already epic with each and every note. This song quietly goes for the feels and tickles the heart.
In a turbulent world fueled by nationalism and divided by religion and race, Eventually Epic’s single titled “Shoes” urges listeners to embrace humanity and empathize with every being. While the haunting acoustic guitar backdrop and vocal harmonies compel a sense of hope, the dark string-section outro signals impending doom. The refrain that captures the song’s main message is simple yet seemingly difficult for us to achieve – “spend a day or two in somebody else’s shoes”.
ABOUT EVENTUALLY EPIC
Eventually Epic is an acoustic band that performs songs across musical genres, ranging from classic rock and contemporary pop/rock to (Hindi) Bollywood songs. Their repertoire includes originals as well as an eclectic variety of fun covers. Their original songs feature simple arrangements, catchy melodies, and memorable lyrics, and their performances always exude raw energy and sheer enjoyment.
We insist on attempting (and occasionally pulling off) covers one might not expect – ranging from songs by classic rock bands such as Journey and Bon Jovi to Bollywood artists like Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, all the way to all-male acoustic versions of songs by Lady Gaga, Katy Perry and Taylor Swift. Armed with an unconventional combination of acoustic guitar(s), keytar and vocal harmonies, Eventually Epic is a musical force to reckon with (or they eventually will be)!
Since its inception in 2011, they have built a large and dedicated fan base in the greater New York City region, upstate NY and the Bay Area in California, headlining multiple venues and sharing the stage with several accomplished musicians. They have also been part of large events and festivities including the 2013 Diwali Celebrations organized by Overseas Volunteer for a Better India, and 2013 and 2017 Holi Festival Celebrations organized by Surati.