Sebright Arms
Tuesday 19 June 2018
31-35 Coate Street London E2 9AG

Eat Your Own Ears are proud to present audiobooks performing a free show at Sebright Arms on Tuesday 19 June.

A new project from David Wrench and Evangeline Ling, audiobooks released their debut EP last month on Heavenly Recordings. “The Gothenburg EP brings together some of the different elements that make up what audiobooks is,” the pair explain. “Taking 4 tracks from the already large body of work we have recorded over the last year.”

Of those four songs is the EP’s title track, ‘Gothenburg’, which was praised by the Observer for its “ghostly vocals and glitchy industrial beats,” and was also selected as one of Pitchfork’s best new tracks. “’Gothenburg’ captures the energy and excitement at the outset of a creative friendship,” David and Evangeline say.

If you’re going to call your band audiobooks, you’d better get your stories straight. Evangeline Ling and David Wrench have great stories. Their songs are full of them – discombobulating observations over discomfiting oscillations. There are woozy fly-on-the-wall accounts of boozy art gallery openings and out of body journeys through the capital at night, all stretched out over stuttering, glitchy glam electronics. Managing to be spontaneous and playful yet fully focused, as if driven by some pagan design, Audiobooks ride the sharp neon ley-lines that run between the north Wales coast and the grubby heart of after-hours London. These songs are Pulp fictions by an inhuman league.

Evangeline studies fine art at Goldsmiths College, working primarily with paint & pencil as seen in the artwork for the Gothenburg EP. David is best known for his work as producer/mixer for Frank Ocean, The xx, Goldfrapp, David Byrne, Caribou, FKA Twigs, and many more artists pushing the boundaries of contemporary pop music.

Buy / Stream “Gothenburg” EP HERE

Watch the video HERE

Tickets are available HERE

Anna Calvi

Tuesday 19 June 2018
Sold Out
Under The Arches Villiers Street London WC2N 6NG

£22.50 ADV 7PM

Eat Your Own Ears are proud to present Anna Calvi at Heaven on Tuesday 19 June.

Anna Calvi’s Heaven show will be her first live UK show in four years. This will be the first time to hear new material since 2014’s ‘Strange Weather’, a collaborative EP with David Byrne, and to also witness the captivating brand new live show from the BRIT award and double Mercury Music Prize-nominated artist.

“Strikingly powerful […], a showcase for Calvi’s masterly guitar skills” – The Independent: 5*

“Calvi’s imposing, tempestuous, carnal voice and controlled playing are a transfixing combination” – The Guardian: 4*

“Anna’s voice constantly bewitches and beguiles” – The Times: 4*


Shacklewell Arms
Wednesday 13 June 2018
71 Shacklewell Lane London E8 2EB

Eat Your Own Ears present ILK at The Shacklewell Arms on Wednesday 13 June.
They’ll be joined by Curl (DJ), Hello Skinny (DJ) and Hack Mystic. 
Tickets are free and are available HERE

Jamie Isaac

Village Underground
Tuesday 12 June 2018
54 Holywell Lane London EC2A 3PQ

£10 ADV 16+

We’re proud to announce that Jamie Isaac plays Village Underground in June!

Tickets on sale now. Available HERE

Animal Collective

Tuesday 12 June 2018
490 Commercial Road London E1 0HX

£22.50 ADV 7PM
Animal Collective perform ‘Sung Tongs’ in full at Troxy on Tuesday 12 June.
‘Sung Tongs’ was the fourth studio album from American band Animal Collective, released on 3 May 2004 by FatCat Records. Fourteen years later and Animal Collective are back to perform the critically lauded album live in its entirety, with tour dates throughout Europe, the United Kingdom and the United States. The band have only performed the album in full once before, at Pitchfork’s 21st birthday party in Queens, New York in December 2017.
‘Sung Tongs’ generated much praise from critics upon its release and was featured in best-of lists at the end of 2004 and the decade of the 2000s. Some might consider it the band’s breakthrough record, even though they had recorded much material prior. Sung Tongs was recently re-released on vinyl through My Animal Home.
Support comes from Eric Copeland (Black Dice).
Tickets on sale now. Available HERE

Hilary Woods

St Pancras Old Church
Monday 11 June 2018
Pancras Road London NW1 1UL

£7 ADV 8PM 16+
Eat Your Own Ears present Hilary Woods at St Pancras Old Church on Monday 11 June.
Support comes from Ben Vince.
Tickets are on sale now. Available HERE
With early solo material hailed “a revelation in terms of the depth of song writing” (The Sunday Times), Hilary Woods spent 2017 writing and making home recordings which culminated in her upcoming LP ‘Colt’, to be released this summer on Sacred Bones Records. These songs embody a beguiling song craft with lyrics cutting through layers of synth, piano, tape machine, field recordings,
acoustic instruments and minimalist beats. Captivating live, Woods makes a return in 2018 to anticipated live shows.


Wednesday 6 June 2018
Sold Out

Tuesday 5 June 2018
Sold Out
1a Amhurst Road Hackney London E8 1LL

£20 ADV

Eat Your Own Ears are proud to present LUMP live at Oslo Hackney, performing two intimate 50 minute shows on both Tuesday 5 and Wednesday 6 June.

LUMP is a collaborative album from Laura Marling, the Grammy-nominated, Brit award-winning singer-songwriter, and Mike Lindsay, the founding member of Tunng and Throws, and a prolific, Mercury prize-winning producer. The album, which was recorded in Lindsay’s subterranean London studio, will be released on 1st June 2018 via Dead Oceans.

First Show:
19:00 – Doors
20:00 – Lump

Second Show:
21:30 – Doors
22:00 – Lump

The Sea and Cake

Moth Club
Tuesday 5 June 2018
Valette Street London E9 6NU

£15 ADV 8PM

The band are releasing their first LP in 6 years and are playing the Moth Club.

Tickets are on sale HERE.

Daniel Blumberg

Café Oto
Friday 1 June 2018
18-22 Ashwin Street London E8 3DL

8PM £8.50 ADV

Daniel Blumberg has written himself a rich musical history; from his teenage band who signed to XL whilst he was still at school, onto and through the projects of Yuck, Oupa and Hebronix, whilst solidifying close creative partnerships with the likes of David Berman (Silver Jews), Low, Lambchop and Royal Trux’s Neil Michael Hagerty (with whom Blumberg has performed as a member of the Howling Hex).

Blumberg has spent much of the last five years working solely within the radical community of musicians centered on London’s Café OTO, where he has been regularly improvising with a host of forward-thinking, uncompromising musicians.

Blumberg’s debut album ‘Minus’ is set for release on May 4th. Preorder the album HERE

Watch the video for Daniel’s latest single ‘Minus’ HERE

Tickets are on sale now. Available HERE


100 Club
Wednesday 30 May 2018
Sold Out
100 Oxford Street London W1D 1LL

£8.50 ADV

Eat Your Own Ears are proud to present JPEGMAFIA at 100 Club on Wednesday 30 May.

Tickets are on sale now. Available HERE


Friday 25 May 2018
1a Camden High Street London NW1 7JE

7PM £23.50 ADV

Deerhunter are a band from Atlanta GA, comprised of Bradford Cox, Lockett Pundt, Moses Archuleta, and Josh McKay. We’re very excited to bring them to KOKO for a one off show this May.

Support comes from Vorhees.

Tickets on sale HERE.

Nova Twins

The Victoria
Thursday 24 May 2018
451 Queensbridge Road London E8 3AS

8PM £8 ADV 18+
The incredibly fierce and energetic Nova Twins, who previously supported the almighty Rage Against the Machine, are coming to  The Victoria in Dalston for what promises to be a wild and unmissable performance.
Tickets are on sale now. Available HERE


Thursday 24 May 2018
275 Pentonville Road London N1 9NL

£14 ADV 7.30PM

Spector are back, better than ever and playing Scala in May.

Tickets on sale now. Available HERE

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