Harry, Tom, Dave and Dan have spent the last six years playing in various bands and projects around the UK. From dream pops Far Caspian to the psychedelic Dharma Wilde the four have gained a multitude of experiences, embarking on tours and festivals across europe as well as sharing stages with Wolf Alice, Boy Azooga, Twin Peaks and more. Though recently the five have joined together to create Eades, named after Harry’s grandfather. Their sound is a fresh blend of Garage Rock, New Wave, Post-Punk and Noise Rock wrapped in there unique Lo-fi recording style. Opting against shiny synths and lush reverbs their tight beats and angular guitars bounce of each other under Harry’s dead pan vocal delivery.
Influences including Talking Heads, Parquet Courts, Velvet Underground and The Clash. Taking the DIY approach, the band produce and mix all their own material as well as creating their own artwork and videos.
After gaining aining support from the likes of; The Fader, NME, DIY, DORK, Line Of Best Fit and more. Eades debut EP "Microcosmic Things" is OUT NOW.
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.
"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