Artist info

Genre

Punk, Rock


Sounds like

Basement, Balance And Composure, Tonight Alive


band members

Caitlin Henry - Vocals, Will Moore - Guitar, Andrew Anderson - Guitar, Jake Cronin - Drums, Dom Cant - Bass


Website

www.eyhoband.com

Bio

Over time, creativity blossoms. Encouraged by experience and doused in inspiration, art reaches its full potential much like a flower in bloom. Eat Your Heart Out strive for the same heights on their full-length debut, Florescence [Fearless Records]. The Newcastle, Australia quintet—Caitlin Henry [vocals], Andrew Anderson [guitar], Will Moore [guitar], Dom Cant [bass], and Jake Cronin [drums]—progress personally and creatively over the course of eleven tracks artfully and articulately steeped in grunge realism, emo intimacy, punk panache, and pop ambition.
Florescence speaks directly to this pronounced growth for the musicians.
“It ties back into the process of flowering,” says Caitlin. “Over the last year, I’ve learned how to open up, express my emotions, and feel more as a person rather than pushing all of that way. For the first time, I feel like I had something I wanted to say. It was important and personal to get all of those thoughts and experiences out there. I’m finally talking about the feelings I have and my experiences becoming an adult woman. It’s a glimpse into my journal from the last year.”

Unearthed in 2016

Groovin The Moo

28 Feb 2016

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Review

Review by Claire Mooney Claire Mooney

26 May 2019

Triple J
45

My heart for this just exploded. Just as the song does. All those riffs...it's an anthem! Thank you for gracing us with this.

My heart for this just exploded. Just as the song does. All those riffs...it's an anthem! Thank you for gracing us with this.

Review

Review by Max Quinn Max Quinn

24 May 2019

Triple J
45

My word. Thanks for coming.

My word. Thanks for coming.

Review

Review by Bridget Hustwaite Bridget Hustwaite

22 May 2019

Triple J
45

Really packing the punch on this one! Love how you step beyond the pop-punk label and effortlessly incorporate more grunge rock moments with that sweet emo energy. And a huge congrats on the debut album!

Really packing the punch on this one! Love how you step beyond the pop-punk label and effortlessly incorporate more grunge rock moments with that sweet emo energy. And a huge congrats on the debut album!