Evergreen’s music can be loosely classified as slightly progressive, mildly heavy, and for the most part, melodic hard rock. Its roots lie in their individually varied tastes in music. What makes them different is their approach to music as it is targeted both at musicians and the common ear. Their first album* “Between and Beyond” is a product of their unique intuitive style of songwriting. “Between and Beyond” speaks about the multi-universes, physical and meta-physical, things we see and yearn to see, and about the many lives and personalities inherent in us all, and about how our lives are connected in our choices and experiences resulting from them.
In the early part of the band’s 8 year history, they were influenced by Deep Purple, Iron Maiden, Metallica, Rush, Dream Theater… and they were known for their near perfect covers. Evergreen grew from a commercial/corporate circuit to the rockers they are today.
They give special attention in selecting their equipment, emphasising on creating a sound of their own. Their national experience won them many accolades, making them a formidable opponent in any nation-wide competition and an elemental sounding band waiting to unleash.
In the soundscapes and imagery of Evergreen, there is an apparent "guardian" theme, be it of nature, innocence or against ignorance. These messages are obvious in their song Run to the Light and contextualized in From Here to Clarity. These songs not only offer the premise but also the irony. Thus they had made a stand against issues like Global Warming and Cruelty Against Animals, not by being preachy but choosing the Post-Modern path.