Friday, 11 April 2014
I have to confess that I know very little about California band Eels. Somehow, 'Novocaine for the Soul' aside, their music has passed me by all these years, but 'Mistakes of My Youth', the band's recent single, has given me cause to rue my negligence. The new Eels LP, 'The Cautionary Tales of Mark Oliver Everett', is released on April 22nd. It's in the diary.
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This is great. Didn't realise a new album was imminent. Must try and pick it up some time soonish.
Like yer man says, 'It's not too late to turn around'.
If you don't know much about Eels then you're going have some great fun finding out. There's plenty to go at too.
Ah, as I think you know, I've had a bit of a soft spot for E and Eels for a few years, so it's great to see them here on UOTS!
Touring in the UK in June I think, so if you get chance...!
I bought the album with the kid with the big eyes and I bought the single Mr E's Beautiful Blues...i have kind of kept an eye on them...must check out their album on Spotify
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