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There’s nothing quite like British postpunk anger, and the Leeds-based twentysomethings in Eagulls—who rail against their perennially grey skies and drudging nine-to-five existence—provide both a voice and an escape for young people everywhere. Elements of Killing Joke (whom they’ve covered in the past), Joy Division, The Clash, Gang of Four, and countless British bands flow through their agitated veins. Their 2013 U.K. single “Nerve Endings”—now the opening track on their self-titled debut album—finds frontman George Mitchell in full mental freakout, noting his self-loathing is “growing worse each day and night.” The band join him like an angry gang supporting one of its own on tracks such as “Tough Luck” and “Amber Veins,” where the outrage spreads to drugs leading to birth defects and heroin addicts. Of course, figuring out the source of the band’s disgust takes patience or serious research. The accents are thick; this adds to the raw, brittle attack. In truth, it’s reaffirming to hear a band more interested in expressing their frustrations than finding ways to make nice.

Customer Reviews

Punk is NOT dead!

I saw these guys on the Letterman show and they sounded and looked great! This album is what the early punk bands in the 70s sounded like. I hear comparisons to Sex Pistols, Joy Division and Bauhaus. Very cool!

Keeps me drowning

This is the best rock album of 2014 so far.

One of the Coolest LP’s of the Year!

This album is a blast, it moves at a blistering pace, and it sits on constant repeat at my house. Infectious indeed! Get it!


Formed: 2010 in Leeds, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '10s

Beginning as a swaggering, punk-inspired outfit, Leeds' Eagulls were formed in 2010 by guitarist Mark Goldsworthy and drummer Henry Ruddel. The lineup was completed shortly thereafter with the addition of bassist Tom Kelly and second guitarist Liam Matthews; the final piece of the puzzle was the distinct vocals of George Mitchell. They moved rapidly through the Leeds music scene, winning plaudits and fans with their unapologetic, chaotic brand of guitar-driven music, and in early 2011 they released...
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