EAT YOUR OWN HEAD Announce Return With The Trawler EP

[Press shots – credit: Jason Gairn @jasongairn]

Norwich alt/noise-rock band Eat Your Own Head have announced their return with news of their forthcoming EP “The Trawler” which is set for release on 31st May 2024 via Drongo Records.

The band have revealed lead single ‘Chest Pains’ which is out now—a sledgehammer of a first offering that lifts back the curtain on the band’s constant poking and prodding of the darkest, most thrilling corners of the world of heavy music.

‘Chest Pains’ is a caustic song of self-criticism, sneering at its creators’ lack of ability to control their vices. In the words of guitarist Jordan Woolnough, “we wanted to make something sludgy and punchy, an angular riff that feels uncomfortable but simultaneously great for head banging.”

Eat Your Own Head count themselves as one of the bands spearheading a new wave of heavy music, redefining the UK rock scene. Known for their unpredictable twists and turns, the band veer from floor stomping riffs to tender moments of dark tranquillity. Centred around an organic approach to creating their music, their lyrics tap into the struggles of navigating modern life in 2024.

The band formed in 2019 and were straight out of the blocks with the Hank EP in 2020, quickly landing themselves notable accolades from BBC 6music, The Line of Best Fit, Louder Than War, and Amazing Radio.

The quartet have built a strong live reputation from the word go and have since been on to play all over the UK including support slots with more established acts such as The Physics House Band, St. Pierre Snake Invasion, Sugar Horse, The Guru Guru, Lunch Money Life, My Octopus Mind and many more.

The Trawler EP is released 31st May 2024 via Drongo Records

Eat Your Own Head 2024 UK Tour Dates:

April 24th – Voodoo Daddys, Norwich (w/ Heavy Lungs)
April 26th – JT Soar, Nottingham (w/ The Fierce and the Dead)
July 4th – New Cross Inn, London
July 19th – Coda, Colchester
July 20th – Wharf Chambers, Leeds
August 23rd – Maui Waui Festival, Norfolk