From its inception Eudaemonia has had an aim of bringing upcoming new bands and music into limelight. The necessity for a live gig has always been in the forefront of our minds. With this comes Eudaemonia Live, Nottingham’s newest celebration of some of the best new bands the city and beyond has to offer!
Here’s an insight into Sisteray, Brown Lion Zoo and Lighthouse who will play Eudaemonia Live #1 at Nottingham’s Maze on 12.10.2017:
We cannot hide our love for these boys, they have taken London by storm and already have a reputation like no other. Having just launched their own club night in Paris, Sisteray come to Nottingham on the top of their game. Their live set is mesmerising as a result of their raw energy and infectious sound.
Songs such as “Queen’s English” and “White Knuckle Joy Ride” taken from latest EP release ’15 Minutes’ are both exceptional. They mix punk-like guitar chords with relevant lyricism to create confident, energetic tracks which are best suited to the live setting. Quite frankly, Sisteray have one of the most impressive live sets going, they’ve wowed festival crowds across the country this year already, Nottingham is in for one hell of a treat!
Brown Lion Zoo:
Formed locally at university, Brown Lion Zoo have already made massive waves into the local music scene. Their impressive outings at small venues across town are constantly gaining more and more support, in many ways they are THE most talked about upcoming band in Nottingham right now.
Forget all that though, let their sound do the talking. Their recent EP release ‘Where’s My Sandwich’ is nothing short of impressive. Already it is one of our favourite releases of the year, songs such as “Desire” and “Get Up” are not only well technically produced but are entirely listenable. Brown Lion Zoo are quite possibly one of Nottingham’s best new exports, their potential is limitless.
Lighthouse are the epitome of great sounds and huge potential. Their music is infectious and well structured, it won’t be long before they have a reputation across the country starting with their debut Nottingham gig.
Recent double A side release ‘Brown Bottle Flu/Loaded’ is a firm example of their musical abilities. Both catchy and well presented, it is symbolic perhaps of bands such as Palma Violets and The Libertines though with an entirely unique twist. Given the quality of their future release we can only recommend them profusely!
Eudaemonia Live #1 takes place on Thursday 12th October at Nottingham’s Maze. All profits will be donated to Mind, they provide advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem.
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