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Eels
The Deconstruction

Gravel voiced troubadour E and his Eels return for a new album that is described as long awaited but it's only been four years which doesn't really seem that long ago. That said the world is very different these days and I'm sure E has a lot to growl out on the matter as he talks of finding beauty in a world full of hate. Wise w...view item »

Eels
Baby Loves Me

Is this guy having a joke? Why's he still going? He's like Weezer - he doesn't know when to call it a day. I know he's had the shittiest of lives but for fuck's sake man, no need to lay it on everyone else. Like, all the fucking time. This sounds like Beck-lite hobo-pop made for people who think America is the only country in the world & tha...view item »

Eels
Royal Albert Hall

Mark E. Everett took his Eels on the road, a 53 date tour that began in Arizona in May, 2014. The tour took in many legendary venues and there were many memorable nights. The most prestigious and legendary, however, was London's Royal Albert Hall where they returned for the first time in 9 years to play a magical set. Luckily fo...view item »

Eels
Mistakes of My Youth

A baked potato of self-pity from the Eels. Mistakes of My Youth is a song of lament and regret about singer Mark Oliver Everett's life. He has come to the conclusion, in a rusty folky-indie-rock fashion, that the only way to learn about the rights and wrongs of life is to experience them yourself. Thanks mate. Out on 7"...view item »

Eels
The Cautionary Tales of Mark Oliver Everett

Eels 13th album and Mark Everett’s 16th release, The Cautionary Tales of Mark Oliver Everett was inspired by a vaguely explained (by Everett) personal loss and the regret he felt in the aftermath. The Cautionary Tales of Mark Oliver Everett is available on clear do...view item »

Eels
New Alphabet

Eels are one of those bands that you’ve got to love. Mark Everett has a distinctive voice and often visceral lyrics. His old time back up band have also taken part in the song-writing on the album from which this first single is taken, leading to a less confessional but in no way less fraught listening experience. 7”...view item »