Stephen Chopek (ex The Everymen) Drops Things Moving On Their Own Together LP

Chris Rotolo September 29, 2015 News No Comments


In 2013 Stephen Chopek stepped out from behind the kit and party-rock atmosphere of The Everymen to discover his own sound and voice. That movement resulted in a dazzling debut LP titled See Through that resonated with the SIMGE staff.

Finally Chopek has resurfaced today (Sept. 29th), unveiling a follow up full-length collection named Things Moving On Their Own Together, which was preceded by a lead single in “Nothing Happens” that sets an thematic tone as the songsmith sings of time breathing down his neck, and ultimately slipping away.

Stream and purchase the independent release in full below and be sure to catch Chopek on his forthcoming U.S. Tour, a 25-date jaunt that brings him to Montclair, NJ’s Groov Cafe on Oct. 15, before a night at Pete’s Candy Store in Brooklyn on Oct. 16th, and another Garden State set on Oct. 17th at the Railhouse in Rahway.

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