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Leeds favourites Eagulls make a slight move away from the hard-and-fast rush of their debut album with this follow-up. Ullages finds the band diving head first into the territory of 1980’s post-punk: think along the lines of early Cure cut with a little shoegaze. I must say, they wear it well. Rel...view item »

Tough Luck / Opaque

They make a big sound these lads, all pounding, stadium-sized dynamics and hollered, gravelled vocals - The Skids as if fronted by a barking dog. It's a massive post-punk sound with alternately twangy/gritty guitars and production values which make all the other bands sound as big as a pip. The guitars are...view item »


Eagulls are a rare thing, a band that live up to it’s hype. Some of you may not agree, they weren’t an easy sell for me either, at first, but it’s hard to deny Eagulls debut. Not only do they take reference from a much loved period of post-punk’s history but they do the period proud too. More importantly, there’s tu...view item »

Nerve Endings

Like Dawes, Eagulls are one of those bands whose name doesn’t work spoken out loud. It just confuses people. So anyway, if you are speaking this not reading with your eyes then this is not the ‘Hotel California’ guys. Instead their sound is more Travellodge Luton. I...view item »

EP (2012)

Leeds’s Eagulls are hot shit at the moment. From what I’ve been hearing the launch show for this record totally went off, and the platter itself has king Hookworm MJ twiddling the knobs which is always a good sign! Basically what they’re doing that the kids are going so mad ...view item »

Mazes / Eagulls

...The most hotly anticipated musical meeting since Jagger and Bowie's “Dancing In The Street”, this 7” of shambolic tunesmithery comes courtesy of Mazes and Eagulls, who by all accounts are two bands making quite an unruly yet tuneful noise at the moment. This split sees ...view item »

Council Flat Blues

Eagulls are a rarity in the fact that they are a local Leeds band I have not yet seen. Seems I'm just not down with the kids these days. Eagulls formed after the demise of local hardcore (ish) bands Fast Point and Hordes with the intention of evolving beyond hardcore whilst maintaining the key elements and a raw energy of that sound. What you en...view item »