It’s time to stick our teeth into Eliza and the Bear‘s brand new release – ‘Hell’. It’s pretty cool that it’s marked up as ‘explicit’ because this one is naughty like accidently eating a whole tub of Pringles.
Festival on a farm, 110 Above, gave us an instant feel of excitement as soon as we walked up the hidden path, with fairy lights dancing around the letters on the entrance sign, we knew that this weekend was going to be something special.
It’s been a long old time since I first saw Eliza and the Bear in Canterbury, alongside my favourite band at the time – Sons & Lovers, over more than three years ago.
London-based quartet Slowlights are supporting Eliza and the Bear on their final UK tour of 2016 which kicked off last night in Cardiff – alongside talented South-Londoner Scott Verrill – the moniker of KYKO.
The best album of the year. I’m putting it out there right now. I first saw Eliza and the Bear in Canterbury in the early months of 2014, I was among an audience of around fifty people, and since my obsession with their infectiously incredible music started back then, I have been waiting for months and months for …