Posted on: March 30, 2013 Posted by: James McQuiston Comments: 0

Known for crafting dark and clever pop songs, Baltimore synth rock band Red This Ever have announced they are working on a children’s album to be titled Quack.

Quote “We find much inspirations in new wave pioneers like Depeche mode, New Order and Devo but when people ask what our influences are, we often respond with Dr Seuss and Shel Silverstein. Its the classically unique children stories that really move us”.

Please visit Red This Ever’s website at for more information, including full bios, down-loadable 300 dpi photos and MP3’s.

After releasing their first release, Selfless, they followed up with a Selfless remix EP titled Orchestral Manoueuvres in the Red, then a second album, Never Listen, all while Red This Ever continued to tour the US for two years (nonstop). It was difficult touring and recording but they forged through, and with their third release titled, Little Red Men, they have come into their own with popularity and notoriety. 

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