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Pet Sematary is Evol Walks’ Single Out Now

Good Day Noir Family,
Few punk anthems hold the cultural weight of the Ramones’ “Pet Sematary.” With its catchy melodies and chilling lyrics inspired by Stephen King’s iconic novel, it’s a song etched in punk rock history.

Pet Sematary is Evol Walks’ Single Out Now

Yet, Evol Walks, led by the intriguing vision of Leah Martin-Brown, has dared to reinvent it, and the result is breathtaking.

Martin-Brown’s voice becomes the song’s soul, imbued with both a solidness and an intensity that breathes new life into the familiar lyrics.

This acoustic rendition strips away the Ramones’ raw energy, replacing it with a haunting intimacy. Jasmine Crowe’s violin weaves through the melody, adding an air of bittersweet nostalgia and epic tragedy.

Every strum of the guitar, every note sung, seems to send shivers down the spine.

Leah Martin-Brown takes the punk angst and transforms it into a melancholic reflection, a lament for what’s lost and the seductive lure of bringing it back.

This “new dress” for “Pet Sematary” is fiercely unsettling, capturing the spirit of the original while carving its own unique path.

Evol Walks’ “Pet Sematary” is a masterclass in reinterpretation. It’s not just a cover; it’s a dialogue with the original, a fearless exploration of darkness and beauty that feels deeply personal and universally relatable.

This is a must-listen for fans of punk, nostalgia, and music that gets under your skin and refuses to let go.

Pet Sematary is Evol Walks’ Single Out Now!


Australian singer/songwriter Leah Martin-Brown, known for fronting the heavy rock band Evol Walks, surprises fans with an acoustic cover of the Ramones’ ‘Pet Sematary.’ The track is part of Evol Walks’ upcoming Acoustic EP, set to release in late June/early July.

Leah, recognized for her commanding rock presence, explains that she wanted to explore a different side of the Ramones’ music, giving the upbeat ‘Pet Sematary’ a mournful, ethereal twist. The cover features Leah’s soulful vocals and a haunting violin by Jasmine Crowe.

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