Singing Guide: Everlife

Singing Guide: Everlife

Vocal technique, exercises, tips and relevant resources

Are you a beginner or advanced singer?

Everlife is a pop rock band that originated in Portland, Oregon. Formed by sisters Amber, Sarah, and Julia Ross in 2004, Everlife quickly gained attention for their catchy tunes and tight harmonies. Known for their upbeat, anthemic sound and powerhouse vocals, Everlife has become a favorite of fans around the world. In this article, we'll explore some key elements of Everlife's unique vocal style and offer practical advice for singers who want to learn to sing like them.

  • One of the first things that stands out about Everlife's sound is their strong vocal harmonies. The Ross sisters have a natural blend that is hard to replicate, but there are a few things you can do to work on your own harmonies.
  • Another key element of Everlife's sound is their use of belting and powerful, sustained notes. This requires strong breath support and control. Check out Singing Carrots' articles on Breathing basics, Voice registers & vocal break, Breath support, and Avoiding constrictions to learn more about these techniques.
  • Everlife's songs also feature plenty of dynamic contrasts, with softer verses leading into big, anthemic choruses. Check out Singing Carrots' Singing with Intuition, Skills, Emotion, and Thinking article and Voice Registers/Mixed Voice/Voice Break videos - they are helpful resources that can provide you with practical guidance on how to achieve these contrasts in your own singing.
  • Finally, it's worth noting that Everlife's catchy, singalong choruses are a big part of what makes their music so appealing. If you're working on improving your singing, it's important to spend time practicing your performance skills. Singing Carrots' articles on How to learn a song effectively, Performing Tips and How to overcome stage fright can all help you develop your stage presence and get comfortable performing for others.

With dedication and practice, there's no reason why you can't learn to sing like Everlife. Use the Singing Carrots resources to support your learning, practice regularly, and don't forget to have fun!

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