Four-piece male harmony group The 27 are set to release the unforgettable sing-along “All The Time“. Acclaimed for the authentic roots driven harmony-pop on “Call Me A Friend“, The 27 shake up the formula on “All The Time” without losing the core sound that got your hips shaking. Calling on a plethora of influences, “All The Time” boasts the timelessness of The Beatles, the hook of Lord Huron and guitar skills akin to Eric Clapton, all delivered with the harmonies of The Everly Brothers.
Guitarist Henry Parker says about the single, “Well we were at my house. I had come up with the guitar riff and we just wanted to put a song around it.. We wanted to explore a happier theme of love than we had perhaps highlighted in ‘Call Me A Friend’.” Check the addictive “All The Time” below. A very much needed “anthem” about people being together and loving each other, especially in this dark era where hate and separation rule and dictate our environment.