EAT are still a fairly new band to our ears, but ever since they came crashing into our pages with their rip-roaring debut ‘Byker Drone’, we have been craving more from the illusive scuzz-pop rabble. And today, we finally have a new piece to the puzzle, coming in the form of ‘Byker Lime Slicer’ (we see a theme is starting to emerge here).
Readying into action immediately as the play button is pressed, ‘Byker Lime Slicer’ provides a thick haze of guitar distortion upon layers and layers of fuzz. Allowing for our descent into EAT’s punk-orientated dance with shoegaze and rock to wash over us in a kind of sweet disarray. The band clearly have their heads in the game and are all about making great noise in the most artistic way possible, and we salute them for that.
Stream ‘Byker Lime Slicer’ below.