Eat your own head release new single “Trawler”

Norwich-based alternative/noise-rock ensemble Eat Your Own Head have released their latest single, ‘Trawler’, Taken from upcoming EP, ‘The Trawler’ which is released on the 31st May 2024 via Drongo Records.

New single ‘Trawler’ gives an overview of the EP’s main lyrical themes—capturing the emotional baggage, vices, and restlessness that accumulate over the course of adult life. The middle eight lyric ‘Throw out the net, we’ve got a hole’ forms a mesmerising chant, encapsulating the underlying tension in the track perfectly.

Commenting on the track, front man Ash Woolnough says:

“‘Trawler’ is about the feeling of disconnection, as I rummage through the tangled net of adult life. Like the fisherman that doesn’t get to eat his catch.”

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.

Fresh from recent support slots with Heavy Lungs and The Fierce and the Dead, the band have a run of select UK dates lined up for the summer months with tickets on sale now.

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

Eat Your Own Head 2024 UK Tour Dates:
July 4th – New Cross Inn, London
July 19th – Coda, Colchester
July 20th – Wharf Chambers, Leeds
August 23rd – Maui Waui Festival, Norfolk