Apparently Mr. Kind is tired of being the nice guys, and have embraced a heavier side of their talents. Evolving from the folky rock they once were to more of a rhythm and blues feel with an electronic backbeat that likens the epic sounds of Roxette and other 80’s rock but with a slower, contemporary weight. These guys listened to their hearts and are now bringing evil genius to yours. Indie pop with a vocal obviously influenced by the Arctic Monkeys, Eager Eyes manages to expertly blend the carriage of pop rock music with the psychedelia of the 70’s set. Their feel is mostly couched in a relaxed beach vacation, but they also manage to pick the energy up when it comes time to rock. It’s definitely gonna be a party with these guys around. Stop Motion Poetry is all the sweetness pop has to offer. From the heartfelt care depicted in their lyrics to the softness of the singer’s demeanor, and the upbeat choral nature of the instrumentation that touches a bit of classical, it’s all the innocence of a heart that is waiting to be broken. If you have no idea what I’m talking about, get to this show to find out. It may just renew your perspective.
The Big Rock Show returns to the Art Boutiki with bands from around the area, and yes around the globe. Featured in this edition of the big rock show are Sunrunners (San Francisco) Eager Eyes (Santa Clara) Snowapple (Sweden) Yes, Sweden. So really you can't use that you can always catch these guys next week at Stritch as an excuse not to come. All Ages $10 at the door.
Sunrunners playing with Snowapple @ Art Boutiki!
Show Details https://www.facebook.com/events/639858272713026/ Come celebrate at Neck of the Woods for a Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival after party, featuring: Eager Eyes https://www.facebook.com/eagereyesband and the Active Set (from Los Angeles) https://www.facebook.com/theactiveset Doors at 8, show starts at 9 $8
A Yawn Worth Yelling, Eager Eyes, The Y Axes, Sahab at Big Rock Show
Sounds Like: Arctic Monkeys
Bio: "Eager Eyes plays lean, modest pop rock with a post-punk bent. Tasteful is the word to describe Eager Eyes; their arrangements are neither dense nor sparse, filled with subtle textural touches (the electric piano on “First Impressions,” the ballpark organ that closes standout “Alarms”), and these...See Full Bio
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