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San Francisco-based band NRVS LVRS Drops New Single and Announces Show at the Bottom of the Hill

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San Francisco-based band NRVS LVRS (pronounced “Nervous Lovers”) compare their sound to Massive Attack, Can, and Kate Bush meets the electro-pop elements of The Knife, Bat for Lashes, or Crystal Castles. Today, the duo comprised of husband & wife duo Andrew Gomez and Bevin Fernandez shared their new single “Lost To The Max” from their sophomore album Electric Dread out June 30.

About the song the band says:

‘”Lost To The Max’ deals with the feeling of being on edge when in public spaces as a woman. Bevin explains, “The amount of unwanted attention, microaggressions, and violence women face on a daily basis leads to a constant need to be on guard. Growing up, my mom always told me to constantly be aware of my surroundings, and that I can’t just trust someone because he appears to be a ‘good guy’. So, while many men may not necessarily be violent or intend to hurt you, you must go through the world figuring that they might and very well could. After a string of attacks near where we live in SF, my brother asked me if I felt unsafe walking by myself in the city, and I told him that’s just how I feel anywhere when I’m out walking alone. I don’t think men realize just how terrifying it can be.”

NRVS LVRS have announced a hometown record release show on June 30 at the Bottom Of The Hill.



06.16 Chico, CA @ The Maltese
06.30 San Francisco, CA @ Bottom of the Hill


Electric Dread Track List
1. Primer Impacto
2. I Am Almost Perfectly Awake (stream)
3. Neon Black
4. Silhouettes
5. Castling
6. Erased
7. Rich Man
8. Silver Spoons
9. Lost To The Max (stream)
10. I Don’t Know Anyone
11. Sparrow & The Sea



An avid drummer whose discography includes albums on Digital Nations (a Steve Vai imprint), music critic Louis Raphael has always kept a pulse on the San Francisco music scene. After many years as the San Francisco Music Examiner for and, he decided to start Music in SF® as a way to showcase what the San Francisco music scene really has to offer.

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