GRAMMY® Winning Band’s 6-Track EP Features Select Songs By Frank Ocean, Vampire Weekend, Harry Styles, The Verve, The Chainsmokers and Jon Bellion
16th Annual BRO-AM Event Will Live Stream on June 27th; Tickets On Sale Now HERE
Today, GRAMMY® Award-winning rock band SWITCHFOOT released their new Covers EP via Fantasy Records. The digital-only 6-track EP features songs from an eclectic group of artists including Vampire Weekend, The Verve, Harry Styles, The Chainsmokers, Jon Bellion and Frank Ocean. The band has previously shared their versions of Frank Ocean’s “Swim Good”, Vampire Weekend’s “Harmony Hall”, and The Verve’s late 90’s classic “Lucky Man” which Billboard recently highlighted in their ’10 Cool New Pop Songs To Get You Through The Week’ playlist.
Purchase/stream SWITCHFOOT’s Covers EP HERE
“Covers tackles a wide variety of artists creating a listening experience that has something for everyone.” – 4 out of 5 stars, Cryptic Rock
“The six-song Covers selection is a sometimes-surprising smattering of contemporary songs which are given that undeniable Switchfoot fingerprint.” – California Rockers
Additionally, the 16th annual SWITCHFOOT BRO-AM will be live streaming Saturday, June 27th at 5pm Pacific / 8pm Eastern on www.SWITCHFOOT.com and tickets are on sale now. This year’s event proceeds will support both national and San Diego youth initiatives of the BRO-AM Foundation’s 2020 beneficiaries: Feeding America, A Step Beyond, Challenged Athletes Foundation, Feeding San Diego, Monarch Schools and VH1 Save The Music. Livestream highlights will include live commentary by Drew Shirley (SWITCHFOOT Guitarist) and Chris Cote (World Surf League), surf highlights, and an epic live music lineup including NEEDTOBREATHE, Judah Akers from Judah and the Lion, and Colony House. For tickets and more information please visit www.broam.org.
Earlier this month, the band took part in the sold out FEED THE NEED Drive-In Concerts event at Petco Park in their hometown of San Diego, CA. Net proceeds will go to Feeding San Diego, the leading hunger-relief charity serving San Diego County. This landmark event for live music in San Diego was the first concert in California since March when shutdown orders were imposed.
SWITCHFOOT’s Covers EP Track List: