Another handsome release from Eades, encapsulating a sound that casually flirts with 90’s indie pop.
“Its essentially a coming of age tune about realising eventually we’re all going to grow old, becoming either our parents or the oldies we might think are ‘uncool’ growing up and accepting we are all just part of the cycle.”
Emerging from Leeds comes this new disco-punk, indie outfit with a very impressive debut.
“Coming out of uni we were all going through a lot of anxiety about our futures, particularly in music. And I know I was getting myself caught up in the pretty self destructive lifestyle I often find myself in during low times. I think the vibe of this track has captured what was going on in my head pretty well having the fun instrumental bouncing off the more stress stricken vocal delivery.”