Guster To Headline Central Park Summerstage; Headlining Tour Includes Bonnaroo, Osheaga and more

Listen to Evermotion in this series of postcard-esque videos featuring the band--don't take your eyes off them!

Magnet Magazine sits down with Guster for the COVER to discuss longevity in the business, aka "Guster's Rock n' Roll Survival Guide". http://bit.ly/1bbNpDk

NPR's Weekend Edition Sunday aired a 12-minute segment on the band, exploring their earliest days, expanding influences, and recording process of Evermotion. The segment also features live performances of "Simple Machine" and "Lazy Love": http://n.pr/1wjLwYs

CBS This Morning has the band in-studio to perform several tracks from the current and past releases. http://cbsn.ws/1bRzAuQ

The New Yorker went snowshoeing with singer/guitarist Ryan Miller in his adopted VT hometown for a Talk of the Town feature: http://nyr.kr/1wnSsDP

Relix Magazine chats with the band for their March issue. http://bit.ly/1EOYlEA

And Boston names January 15 Guster Day in the band's honor. The Boston Globe profiles the day on the front page: http://bit.ly/15av4ni

Additional Media Quotes:

“winsome” – USA Today

“dark edge and brooding sense of romance” – Vice NOISEY

“dynamic” – Mashable

“From twin acoustic guitars and bogos to frantic beast and crawling synthesizers” - TIME

"Evermotion is a major step beyond the band's early days" - Yahoo! Music

"The Boston four-piece took a break from their acoustic tendencies for some experimental noise rock on this album." - XPN

"the quartet decided to take a lower-fi approach to its latest album, yet ultimately created something so sonically rich that it belies that approach — without harking back to their earlier sound — but instead takes a next step." - Boston Globe

"The band ditches the acoustic guitars and bongos and discovers electricity on their seventh studio album." - All Music

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