It’s always an adventure when songs are reimagined; Nashville’s own rock trio The Lonely Biscuits have put their own laid-back groovy spin on “Never Said” by 90s alt-rock pioneer Liz Phair, a track from her Exile in Guyville classic. “We’ve been fans of Liz Phair for a while, and as we dug deeper into her catalog, we got really inspired by her style and the straightforward attitude in her lyrics,” says Biscuits frontman Grady Wenrich. “We decided to cover ‘Never Said’ because it relates a lot to our sound, but we also saw it as a cool challenge to take something inside of our genre and make it different.”
The band will release The San Francisco EP on September 22nd via Most Lonely Records. The EP features “Never Said” along with three brand new tunes.
Without further ado, East of 8th proudly presents “Never Said” by The Lonely Biscuits:
Love The Lonely Biscuits. Have blogged a few times about them. WIshing them much success on their upcoming tour dates