"Most bands that seek to conjoin emo and postrock aim for epic and don’t look back, but Chicago’s Mother Evergreen is more interested in atmospheric reveries that have the warmth of a log cabin awash in the orange glow of a lit fireplace."
"Best consumed in one whole sitting, allowing the whole thing to sweep its quiet, listless majesty upon you, we highly recommend spending a lot of time with this brilliant record."
"Splitting the difference between bedroom pop, emo and electronic, "Mother Evergreen" is the perfect record for curling up with some headphones as well as being cozy and introspective."
-Chicago Red Eye
Written, performed, recorded, and mixed by Evan Gale Loritsch at the Owlery, Grimbu, and Swainwood, Chicago and Glenview, IL
Mastered by Andrew Weathers