Eyre Llew are an atmospheric ambient-rock trio from Nottingham, UK.

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

They independently launched Atelo on the 19th October 2017 with a sell-out show at the 550 capacity Glee Club, Nottingham. Two days after the show they went out touring around Europe for a month-long tour. After a show in Estonia, they were told that their debut album reached #24 in Drowned in Sound’s Top 100 albums of 2017. Countless reviews came in from other internationally respected music outlets like; Kerrang, BBC Introducing, Louder Than War, God is in the TV Zine, Getintothis, GoldFlakePaint among others.

From the critically acclaimed album of the same name, here is the music video for ‘Aleto’

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 categories.

By the end of 2019, they will have had performed across 25+ countries, completing several tours around the UK, Europe, and Asia since their first-ever show back in 2015.

The trio road-tested some during their 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. they are into writing album number two over the summer. Performing at various showcases, festivals and gigs around the UK, Asia, North America and Europe.

Also from the same album, here is ‘Havoc’.

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 labelled by Drowned in Sound as “ones to watch”.

Let’s see what Samuel Heaton has to say about Vocalzone

“Unlike any teas, drinks and medicines I’ve tried, Vocalzone has allowed my voice to feel new again time and time again. Whether I’m touring in Asia, Europe or closer to home in the UK, I always make sure I’ve take enough with me on the road.”

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