Wednesday Night Eastbound Buzz

Album info

Album-Release:
2020

HRA-Release:
18.10.2020

Label: Piper's Son

Genre: Alternative

Subgenre: Indie Rock

Artist: Eastbound Buzz

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  • 1Red Rover04:35
  • 2Surrender03:44
  • 3Don't Stay03:49
  • 4Boys of Summer04:21
  • 5Lost in the Shuffle04:23
  • 6Dreams End01:32
  • Total Runtime22:24

Info for Wednesday Night



Eastbound Buzz arrived on the scene in 2019 as a force to be reckoned with both live and on record, with their debut EP ‘Opportunity Shop’ receiving national airplay and garnering significant attention. Centred around lead single ‘Looking for Trouble’, described as ‘a spectacular alt-country, road trip, tear-jerker’ (Nkechi Anele, Triple J), the EP introduced audiences to the Melbourne four-piece’s distinctive brand of Americana-tinged alt-rock.

Not content to sit on their laurels, the band followed up their debut EP with new single ‘Lost in the Shuffle’ in late 2019, capping off a year that included feature interviews on Triple J’s ‘Roots and All’ and RRR’s ‘Twang’, as well as live shows with the likes of Kingswood, MID CITY and The Northern Folk.

With new music and a heap of live shows on the cards in 2020, Eastbound Buzz are showing no signs of slowing down. The boys will be kicking things off with the release of new single ‘Every 15’, which sees the band’s emotional, energetic strain of alt-rock at its most intense and enthralling.

Eastbound Buzz



Eastbound Buzz
arrived on the scene in 2019 as a force to be reckoned with both live and on record, with their debut EP ‘Opportunity Shop’ receiving national airplay and garnering significant attention. Centred around lead single ‘Looking for Trouble’, described as ‘a spectacular alt-country, road trip, tear-jerker’ (Nkechi Anele, Triple J), the EP introduced audiences to the Melbourne four-piece’s distinctive brand of Americana-tinged alt-rock.

Not content to sit on their laurels, the band followed up their debut EP with new single ‘Lost in the Shuffle’ in late 2019, capping off a year that included feature interviews on Triple J’s ‘Roots and All’ and RRR’s ‘Twang’, as well as live shows with the likes of Kingswood, MID CITY and The Northern Folk.

With new music and a heap of live shows on the cards in 2020, Eastbound Buzz are showing no signs of slowing down. The boys will be kicking things off with the release of new single ‘Every 15’, which sees the band’s emotional, energetic strain of alt-rock at its most intense and enthralling.

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