Eades is a music collective made up of songwriters, producers, sound engineers and session musicians. With a simple common goal: to make alternative music they can be proud of. Recorded and mixed from there very own Bam Bam Studios ran by Harry (Lead Vox/Guitar) and Dan (Drums and Percussion). Made up of members from Far Caspian, Vraell, English Teacher and Dharma Wilde the group have a wealth of combined experience including UK/Europe tours and Festival Appearances. From sharing stages with the likes of Wolf Alice, Jungle Giants, Working Mens Club, Porridge Radio, Boy Azooga and Twin Peaks to mixing abbey road recording sessions.
The band pride themselves on their chameleonic approach to song-writing, drawing on a plethora of influences including New Wave, Art-Punk, Noise-Rock, Garage Rock, 90s Alternative (and a subtle hint of psych) all wrapped up in the bands signature Lo-Fi production style. Having 4 songwriters at their disposal has allowed the band to have already written and recorded over 45 demos in the lead up to their debut album the band are looking to record at the start of 2021.
Eades DIY ethos is partnered with a raw and energetic live performance reminiscent of the 60s Proto-Punk era, already starting to turn heads in their hometown of Leeds. The band are at their most comfortable whilst performing their razor sharp live set and will stop at nothing to see these shows grow over the years to come.
The band have been writing continuously over the last year racking up a large portfolio of music that they are eager to release over the next few years. After gaining support from the likes of; The Fader, NME, DIY, DORK, Line Of Best Fit and more. Eades debut EP "Microcosmic Things" is OUT NOW.
"Channeling Talking Heads, The Velvet Underground and The Strokes garage energy on a Bollywood excursion, Eades’ ‘Same Guy’ is a breath of fresh air in the post-punk dominated British independent music scene. The song, whose infectious riffs and chorus have a tremendous dancefloor potential, is a liberating hymn to accepting ageing after the 20s." Synaesthetic Magazine