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Atelo - EYRE LLEW (Live at Rock City, Nottingham)
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Eyre Llew
Ab67616d0000b2738b06debdbb7b5cd8a709f3d0 Carrier Single 2019
Ab67616d0000b273147602c6f99ae6200629bcc7 Atelo Album 2017
Ab67616d0000b2733c72c4851c199854ba377eb3 The Deep Single 2016
Ab67616d0000b2732d8633d9fed5ab3a9795c39e Vorfreude Single 2016
Ab67616d0000b273216beee74c550a9e08d229b0 Lunar Single 2015
Ab67616d0000b2736f6a902593f36fb1b5350daf Caulis Single 2015
Ab67616d0000b2735397f0d68ff51a30339dca92 Leo Single 2015
Ab67616d0000b273c2aca0034ed391ef98e678d7 Fero Single 2015
Ab67616d0000b273273ef058b9f74c61a3ad6e10 Mortné Single 2014
Ab67616d0000b273da5b46f81135d033eabc5388 Forali Single 2014
Ab67616d0000b273d55c8d14dab4d14120ee9df3 Hiraeth Single 2014
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Patrick Connor
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Having played on the John Peel Stage at Glastonbury Festival in 2019 between several tours of Europe and Asia, Eyre Llew are final stages of recording their second album.

Described as atmospheric ambient rock, the trio from Nottingham, UK have been getting out there in front of audiences, touring worldwide since their sold-out debut show in May 2015.

Having formed in August 2014 they embarked upon a series of stunning live shows which have seen them gather momentum and an ever-increasing organic number of devoted fans. In the first two years of the band's existence, they released nine singles in digital format before recording, producing and self-releasing their critically acclaimed debut album Atelo (2017) and a Korean split EP Carrier (2019).

They independently launched Atelo on Thursday 19th October 2017 with a sell-out show at the 550 capacity Glee Club, Nottingham (pictured). Their hometown’s city council called them "One of Nottingham's most exciting prospects in years” two days after the show they went out touring around Europe for a month-long tour across 14 countries with a UK fanbase back home buzzing with support behind them.

After a show in Estonia, they were told that their DIY released debut album reached #24 in Drowned in Sound's Top 100 albums of 2017 amongst artists like Wolf Alice, Idles & St Vincent. Countless reviews came in from other internationally respected music outlets like; Kerrang!, BBC Introducing, Louder Than War, God is in the TV Zine, Fred Perry, Getintothis, GoldFlakePaint among others with Gigwise saying they are "Arguably one of the most exciting bands in the UK right now."

The start of 2018 kickstarted Eyre Llew with nominations and shortlists for three Unsigned Music Awards at The Great Escape Festival in Best Rock Act, Best Record, and Best Music Video. Twelve Showcase Festivals nominated the 100 most promising artists in Europe as INES#talent 2019 and they have been selected as so every year since. Eyre Llew have been selected with extra support from Gigmit and Liverpool Sound City to be a part of the Innovation Network of European Showcases throughout 2019 - pushing and focusing their international footprint out of their home country - leading them to more festival appearances in the UK and South Korea.

By the end of 2022, they had performed across 25+ countries, completing several tours around the UK, Europe, and Asia since selling out their first-ever show back in 2015. Returning from their second Asia tour over the Autumn of 2018 they carried on to work at new material between shows. The trio road-tested some during their sold-out UK tour through April 2019 releasing their split EP 'Carrier' with South Korean band 'In The Endless Zanhyang We Are' as part of an international tour exchange. After more UK festival appearances and multiple sold-out shows over their career, they are into writing album number two over the UK's lockdown during the covid pandemic. Waiting for their performances planned at various showcases, festivals, and gigs around the UK, Asia, North America, and Europe over 2021 and 2022 their next festival appearance will be Future Echoes in Norrkoping, Sweden.

Eyre Llew have already been featured multiple times on BBC Radio 1, BBC Introducing, Kerrang! and a number of film/TV syncs including; Jonny Owen's 'Don't Take Me Home' documentary. This year is sure to be the one that takes the trio to the next level, having signed with management and getting significant label interest behind the scenes along with plenty more touring and release plans throughout the year, it's an exciting time for the band. Previously championed by The 405 and Fred Perry Subculture as well as being labeled by Drowned in Sound as "ones to watch”.

Eyre Llew have made UK festival appearances at; Glastonbury's John Peel Stage, The Great Escape, Liverpool Sound City, Dot to Dot, Focus Wales, Y Not Festival, Ritual Union, Rockaway Beach, Alternative Escape, Outlines, 2Q Derby, Handmade, Icebreaker, Perth Music Expo, 110 Above, Beat The Streets, Splendour, Riverside, Waterfront, Farmfest, A Carefully Planned, Hockley Hustle, Karma Fest and Rockaway Beach...

With sold out shows in Latvia, Korea, Austria, Japan, Taiwan, Slovakia, Lithuania, Eyre Llew have also made international festival appearances at; Music Matters (Singapore), Beastie Rock (Taiwan), FIMU (France), Seazone Music & Conference (Poland), Zandari Festa (South Korea 2017/18), Zagare Fringe Festival (Lithuania), HOTS Outbreakers Lab (Hungary), Live at Heart (Newfoundland, Canada), Seaside Urban Music Festival (Jeju, S.Korea), Sofar 10th Anniv. (Latvia), SpaceFest (Poland), Freilich Open Arts (Austria), POFF Shorts (Estonia) with many more to be announced very soon.

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"Eyre Llew... deal a sonorous, moodswing, ambient that is clouds of dark guitar noise and rumbling soundtrack drums. It’s powerful and arresting and fills the room with billowing clouds of melancholic beauty.... a surprise joy. Sigur Ros meets Mogwai slow-core and really pleasant stuff too.” - Louder Than War

"This is Leo by Eyre Llew... It's wicked!" - Daniel P Carter, BBC Radio 1.

"Just brilliant" - Dean Jackson, BBC Introducing, East Midlands.

Now sometimes a band comes along and just stops me in my tracks, hits me between the eyes like a musical bullet, stopping me dead and leaving me thinking how the hell are this band not absolutely enormous!? They have rendered me absolutely breathless. This is a beautiful band called EYRE LLEW... - Alex Baker, Kerrang!

"...a leftfield extravaganza of the highest quality..." - Drowned In Sound (début show review)

"One of Nottingham's most exciting prospects in years" - Nottingham City Council

“Among all the talents that took turn to shine on stage, there’s this one band from Britain, Eyre Llew, that came to blow everybody’s mind...” - AsiaLive365

“They have taken their fans on a journey before even setting foot on stage.” - The Korean Times

"...emotionally charged, atmospheric ambient soundscapes. Incredible ambient post-rock" - Fred Perry Subculture.

"Eyre Llew are probably unlike any other band you've ever heard before - a truly beautiful experience that tugs you away from your own troubles and worries." - New Roots (March 2015)

"Our highlight of The Great Escape Festival [2016] has to be the intense and ethereal Eyre Llew." - Outpost PR

"Mastercraft musicianship" - QRO Magazine

"Positively wonderful" - The 405

"Arguably one of the most exciting bands in the UK right now." - Gigwise

"Time to get down to the serious stuff and tell you about Nottingham’s best new band in years Eyre Llew" - Neon Filler (live review)

"A very special listening experience...EYRE LLEW could be your new favourite band" - LeftLion Magazine

"This isn’t run-of-the-mill music...It is fantastic" - Nottingham Post

"They've become the most talked about new band in the city...they're a revelation standing out like sore thumbs amongst the has-beens and never-will-bes." - Drowned in Sound (Splendour Festival review)

"EYRE LLEW are sure to set the bar high" - One Record Magazine

"A formidably accomplished performance" - God Is In The TV Zine

"One of the most highly rated new bands on the Nottingham scene" - Nottingham Live

"Absolutely stunning" - NUSIC

"Outstanding track! Not to be missed" - Arctic Drones

"One of the most epic pieces of music these ears have been accustomed to" - Drowned in Sound

"Just wonderful" - Behance

"Sent shivers down my spine." - Subba Cultcha

"Beautiful ambient builds and large swooping and sculpted soundscapes. They were a welcome change from the intensity of the other stages." - Yeah Buddy DIY

"(Eyre Llew)...wowed the crowds into silence with their beautiful sounds." - NUSIC (live review)

"Rescue Rooms is busy and you can tell why - Eyre Llew are destined for good things." - Subba-Cultcha.com (Dot to Dot '16 live review)