The Wearies are a Power Pop Rock and Roll band from San Francisco California. Formed by Singer/Songwriter/guitarist Erik Mullin and Guitarist Jason Savich from 2005-2010. The Wearies released two independent Ep's “Super Spectacular Volume One” in 2005, "Glisten" in 2006. In 2007 "Stereolust" their 1st full length album was released. The band is known for their heartfelt performances and memorable songs. The group disbanded in 2010. Mullin re-formed the band with new members from 2012-16. E. Mullin continues to write, record and play with The Mulroys and as a solo artist.
"A sound spanning the last few decades but with unique modern flourishes, their affection for music from the 60's and 70's is apparent."
- Sara Ferracone, San Francisco Daily "The San Francisco pop rock quartet are a summer essential, right next to sunscreen and ice cream."
- Robbie Salapuddin, Zero Magazine
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The Wearies, The Wearies EP
"Piano Suite" and Seventies rock ditty "Out of My Hands" display Mullin's impressive vocal range, his high-notes evoking the sensitive-male yearning of early Elvis Costello. The EP's seven songs are standard pop fare, but Mullin's voice is a rare find."
"I have to tell you about this great new band from San Francisco, The Wearies. They remind me of a modern day improved version of the Yardbirds fronted by Elvis Costello. You have the feel good energy flowing and you just can’t sit back and listen; you have to MOVE! You can definitely call them a fun rock band with just the right amount of pop blended in for good measure."
-Marisol Richardson- Music Junkie Press
"Helmed by Erik Mullin, The Wearies are true DIY artists, persevering, recording, and playing their fuzzy, upbeat guitar rock without the help of a label.
Mullin’s band has survived breakups and crew changes since its formation, but the sly,’60s-rock-by-way-of-’90s-pop always comes out on top."