Hailing from the South West, you may be forgiven for thinking Eastertown have already had their fair share of time in the limelight; that however, is a view that the band would strongly disagree with.
Having already added airplay on Radio 1, Planetrock and MTV alongside supporting major signed acts including Kaiser Chiefs, Imelda May etc to their extensive resume, Eastertown have the opinion that they're just getting started.
Consisting of Mark Ely, Gavin Cox, Paul Newton and Pete Roe, the band have spent decades honing their craft. The result being faultless driving indie pop rock with real lyrical depth and more hooks than a fisherman's tackle box.
The band come to us fresh from the studio with their latest offering, the album 'Utopian' which was produced by Romesh Dodangoda (Bring Me The Horizon/Bullet For My Valentine/Motorhead) and mastered by Frank Arkright at Abbey Road Studios.
Often described by their followers as 'The best band to never be signed', Eastertown provide intricate, anthemic, melodic and intelligent uplifting and occasionally haunting music that even upon first listen feels instantly familiar. Unsurprising if you consider some of their influences, such as Radiohead, Doves and Elbow to name but a few.
Put simply, this band are an earworm. They'll work their way in and refuse to leave until you find yourself willingly, or even unwillingly, singing along.