Tim Kasher, longtime frontman of the Omaha band Cursive, started the Good Life as a solo side project in 2000, but it quickly became a second band. The Good Life have released four full-length albums, but the last one was Help Wanted Nights, and that came out way back in 2007. But the dormant band will reactivate later this summer, releasing the new album Everybody’s Coming Down. First single “Everybody” sounds something like a three-way combination of Superchunk, Pavement, and Pinkerton-era Weezer. That is a good thing. Listen to it below.
Everybody’s Coming Down is out 8/14 on Saddle Creek.