The Lovely Eggs
Hot on the heels of their rammed and raucous Autumn tour, Northern psychedelic punks The Lovely Eggs announce their next series of live dates for February ahead of their forthcoming album This Is Eggland (out 23 February on Egg Records). The Lovely Eggs are one of the most unique, innovative and genuine bands on the British Underground music scene. Setting themselves apart from the mainstream, they've built up a cult following which is due to blow wide open with their mild-melting new album,produced by Flaming Lips/ Mercury Rev producer, Dave Fridmann. You can sample what's in store with their brand new single, "I Shouldn't Have Said That", which is out now.
Dog Daisies is a widescreen lo-fi indie-pop project based around the home-studio adventures of Lancastrian songwriter Stephen Hudson. Inspired by motorways, midnight walks, 80's films and the Lancashire coast, Dog Daisies released the debut LP Eagletism at the end of 2019 to glowing press reviews and repeated airplay on BBC 6 Music.
Described as ‘Stand by Me put to music and set on a motorway’, it is a record brimming with imagination and melody; it touches on themes of time-travel and the great outdoors whilst inviting comparisons to bands like Grandaddy, Guided by Voices and Mercury Rev. Eagletism follows a string of memorable EP releases on the Sheffield-based Bingo Records; ranging from the alt-rock escapism of A River Runs Through It, to the melancholy, phone-recorded “Nebraska meets The Beta Band” companion EPs An Inland Voyage Pts.1 & 2.
Dog Daisies have shared stages with musicians such as: Rozi Plain, Seazoo, The Wave Pictures, Tiny Ruins, Mr Ben & the Bens and Mammoth Penguins and they have performed live in session for Marc Riley, an early champion of their music.