Eades

Moonlighting as poster people of the ‘post-post-punk’ movement, this Leeds band stylistically occupy the same aperture as the late 2010 sprechgesang renaissance, however with a surprising self-awareness, they actively point fingers at this discourse, laughing gaudily at the non-arable chunk of land that UK post-punk has so fondly settled upon. This duality presents itself as charming and mostly entertaining self-pastiche that highlights their own exhibitionism.

A collective made up of songwriters, producers, sound engineers and session musicians, Eades, more than most, have grappled to reconcile the importance of community against a burning need to go it alone. Their sound harnesses the rattle of a crunchy guitar, floor tom rolls and  twangy bass fills.

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Date

Thursday 19 Sep 2024

Time

7:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Location

Voodoo Daddys
68 London St, Norwich NR2 1JT

Cost

£10.03

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Date

Thursday 19 Sep 2024

Time

7:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Location

Voodoo Daddys
68 London St, Norwich NR2 1JT

Cost

£10.03

Moonlighting as poster people of the ‘post-post-punk’ movement, this Leeds band stylistically occupy the same aperture as the late 2010 sprechgesang renaissance, however with a surprising self-awareness, they actively point fingers at this discourse, laughing gaudily at the non-arable chunk of land that UK post-punk has so fondly settled upon. This duality presents itself as charming and mostly entertaining self-pastiche that highlights their own exhibitionism.

A collective made up of songwriters, producers, sound engineers and session musicians, Eades, more than most, have grappled to reconcile the importance of community against a burning need to go it alone. Their sound harnesses the rattle of a crunchy guitar, floor tom rolls and  twangy bass fills.

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Eades

Date

Thursday 19 Sep 2024

Time

7:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Location

Voodoo Daddys
68 London St, Norwich NR2 1JT

Cost

£10.03

Moonlighting as poster people of the ‘post-post-punk’ movement, this Leeds band stylistically occupy the same aperture as the late 2010 sprechgesang renaissance, however with a surprising self-awareness, they actively point fingers at this discourse, laughing gaudily at the non-arable chunk of land that UK post-punk has so fondly settled upon. This duality presents itself as charming and mostly entertaining self-pastiche that highlights their own exhibitionism.

A collective made up of songwriters, producers, sound engineers and session musicians, Eades, more than most, have grappled to reconcile the importance of community against a burning need to go it alone. Their sound harnesses the rattle of a crunchy guitar, floor tom rolls and  twangy bass fills.

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