The members of Very Coverful, Patrick French (vocals, keyboard, harmonica) and Wilson Tu (guitar, voices), met at UC San Diego as suitemates living in the same dorm. What started out as simple fun playing other artists songs continued to be simple fun through their first recordings. After multiple sessions of playing covers, Patrick and Wilson endeavored to record an album of cover songs that was set to finish by June 2008. It was then Very Coverful officially became a cover band.
The debut of their first album was delayed due to school. However, the two met up during the summer of 2008 and recorded a few songs that would later end up on their first CD. Recording officially started up again when school resumed for them both, and spanned approximately two weekends before they completed "Acousticovers", which consists of 11 songs.
The future of the band is slightly uncertain. Rumors have circulated that Very Coverful are producing a new album using electric instruments instead, with fans theorizing that their possible new album name will be "Electricovers." However, there have been no official word that this is true, and the members of Very Coverful declined to answer questions regarding the matter.
They have been compared to musical supergroups such as Simon & Garfunkel and The Carpenters for their melodious vocal harmonies and virtuosic skills on their instruments, and have also been described as "the best thing to happen to music since the Spice Girls reunited, and then disbanded again."
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