His face may be hidden behind dark glasses and a lofty beard, but his dark, smokey voice begs to be aired out and listened to. Mark Oliver Everett, or E, the main man behind Eels to anyone with a set of headphones, dropped in and quadrupled your chances of loving him with four in-studio tracks, performed exclusively for KEXP with just The Chet beside him, including a cover of the Lovin’ Spoonful’s “Summer in the City.” The remaining tracks can all be found on his most recent efforts, Tomorrow Morning (Vagrant), the third installment in a triad of concept albums exploring themes of love, loss and redemption. Check out the videos now:
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