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49 Winchester Release Re-Recorded Versions of ‘Everlasting Lover’ and ‘Chemistry’

September 29, 2023 3:53 pm GMT
Last Edited December 19, 2023 7:02 pm GMT

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49 Winchester have released revamped versions of two fan-favourite tracks, ‘Everlasting Lover’ and ‘Chemistry’, which originally appeared on their acclaimed 2020 album, III.

The updated rendition of ‘Everlasting Lover’ has been accompanied by a moving video, which follows the return of a husband to his wife after spending time overseas in the army.

We get brief snapshots of some of the issues he's contending with as he attempts to readjust to everyday life at home, with his wife ultimately helping him to overcome his alcoholism.

The visuals conclude with the couple enjoying their new life together, with the protagonist's character arc cleverly mirroring the story of the song (“When I get stoned and I feel rejected / Weary from the road and half beaten down / You come off of your throne and I feel protected / Oh, and even from the bottom of the bottle / I know you won't let me drown”).

Fans will be hoping ’Chemistry’, another updated stand-out from III, will get its own music video in the coming weeks, with the fiery anthem remaining one of the six-piece's most celebrated tracks to date.

49 Winchester are gearing up to join Luke Combs on his blockbuster series of UK and European tour dates, with shows lined up across Norway, Sweden, Germany, France and more in October.

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