Emerging American band, Eventually Epic, founded by guitarist/vocalist Debarun (Roon) Bhattacharjya and keytarist/vocalist Sachin Premasuthan, unveiled their long-awaited self-titled debut album. The record comprises eight original tracks, including “Breaking Free,” “Shoes,” “Train Wreck,” “Grey,” and “Khafa,” which collectively demonstrate the group’s remarkable range and creativity.
Despite being rooted in acoustic rock and pop, the band’s debut album showcases their impressive range by incorporating elements from various languages and genres. The record is a masterful blend of upbeat and lighthearted love songs as well as powerful and thought-provoking tracks that explore universal themes.
“Khafa” invites listeners on a nostalgic journey through the sounds of retro Bollywood, evoking a sense of fond remembrance. Meanwhile, “Grey” offers a haunting reflection on a lost love, tugging at the heartstrings of anyone who has experienced heartbreak. “Shoes” is a powerful folk-rock number that calls for empathy and understanding, urging listeners to walk a mile in someone else’s shoes. And finally, “Breaking Free” is an uplifting anthem that empowers listeners to pursue their dreams fearlessly.
Eventually Epic is gearing up for an unforgettable evening at Heaven Can Wait in NYC on May 13th to celebrate the launch of their debut album. The band has crafted a diverse setlist for the release party, spanning five different languages and genres, including Bollywood, rock classics, and pop anthems. The event promises non-stop dancing, great music, and positive vibes, making it a must-attend night for music lovers who crave an immersive experience.
Listen to Eventually Epic below: