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Thursday, 31 July 2014

Eliza and the Bear | Light It Up



Anyone who's read the blog in recent months will know just how much I advocate Eliza and the Bear. There really isn't much they can't do as a band; from delicate falsetto fronted compositions to in your face rip-roaring guitar sections, they really have it all. As the London quintet prepare the release of their new EP on August 3rd through Mi Familia Music, they return with a stream to its title track, Light It Up. With harmony driven vocals forming its foundations, immersed in exuberant strings, the band disgorge their most receptive state yet moulding their sound in to a crescendo of swelling percussion and rhythmic ecstasy. "Light it up is about making a positive change to your way of life and when times get rough, doing something about it" claims lead singer James Kellegher, and I couldn't agree more. Take a listen above for yourselves.

Light It Up EP Track Listing:
Light It Up
Talk
Let Us Be Young
It Gets Cold (Acoustic)

The band will play a huge UK tour this Autumn culminating with one of their biggest headline shows to date at London's Islington Academy. Check out the full dates below.

Live dates
September 19th Brighton, The Haunt 
September 20th Southsea Fest, Sussex 
September 24th Cardiff, Clwb lfor Bach 
September 25th Bristol, The Fleece     
September 26th Bedford, Esquires 
September 27th Underground Festival, Gloucester
September 29th Oxford, O2 Academy 
September 30th Nottingham, Bodega 
October 2nd Sheffield, Leadmill 
October 3rd Stoke-On-Trent, The Sugarmill 
October 4th Liverpool, East Village Arts Club 
October 6th Manchester, The Ruby Lounge 
October 7th Edinburgh, The Electric Circus
October 8th Glasgow, King Tuts 
October 9th Aberdeen, Lemon Tree 
October 10th Dundee, Buskers 
October 11th Middlesbrough, Twisterella Festival 
October 12th Leeds, The Cockpit 2 
October 14th Birmingham O2 Academy 
October 15th Leicester, The Scholars Bar 
October 16th London, Islington O2 Academy

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