3 new MRS DANVERS tracks released

Check out the new MRS DANVERS Bandcamp Website which features three new recordings (still unmixed but nearing completion) off our debut full-length record.

CLUB MANDERLEY.

This song is a foray into dance-pop songwriting/singing. I co-wrote it with Dhy Berry and Drew Erickson. I can’t speak for the others but my musical influences were Michael Jackson, quincy Jones, Prince. Lyrically, this song is inspired by Dhy and I’s frequent trips to Boston’s Pearl/Machine back in the day.

Here are the credits:
AD: vocals, guitar, keys, programming
Dhy Berry: bass, keys
Randi Bernier: trumpet
Steph Barker: drums
Engineered by Matt Beaudoin, Will Tendy, and Drew English

Can’t Help It

I wrote this song during that absolute rock bottom moment that we all experience after being rejected. The pain sucks. It hurts to do anything. So you might as well write a song.
Musically, it doesn’t have any conscious inspiration. It’s a different tune compositionally because the chorus’ chords are the same as the verses’.

Credits:
AD: vocals, guitar, mellotron, programming
Dhy Berry: bass
Randi Bernier: trumpet
Steph Barker: drums

Engineered by Matt Beaudoin, Will Tendy, and Drew English

Nicol

Musically, this song started out as a synth-dirge in fall of ’07, I shelved it for a while and then brought it to the band in 09 and they brought new life to it. Lyrically, struggled with this one. Still do, lol. Nevertheless, it honestly reflects a certain adolescent experience where you like someone and they’re just. not. into. it.

Credits:
AD: vocals, guitar, bass
Dhy: keys
Randi: keys
Steph: drums

And there you have it. Hope you enjoy these tracks.

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