Evangelicals on Spin.com and Pitchfork

Spin.com had the following to say today when featuring Evangelicals as the “Band of the Day”: “Tearing down the day song-by-song as The Evening Descends, Evangelicals draw from their Okie idols the Flaming Lips, using everything from pop, soul, prog, and psychedelia to create arrangements that bleed into open skies, sounding like the weird uncanny cousins of Band of Horses.” Read the rest at the link below. They also included a link to “Skeleton Man” which is the first single from the Evangelicals January 22nd release, The Evening Descends.

Pitchfork also posted “Skeleton Man,” calling it “a big, memorable, and slightly strange rock anthem.” More kind words and the MP3 are available at the link below.

SKELETON MAN MP3 AND TRACK REVIEW ON PITCHFORK
EVANGELICALS AS SPIN.COM’S “BAND OF THE DAY”

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