With half of their band having learnt the ropes on live bills with the likes of Wolf Alice, Twin Peaks and Boy Azooga in Far Caspian, it’s no surprise that Leeds quintet Eades’ newest cut, Same Guy is bursting with breezy confidence and plucky energy.
The track is based on "....the realisation that eventually we're all going to grow old, becoming either our parents, or the oldies we might think are ‘uncool'. It’s about accepting we are all just part of the cycle.” explains frontman Harry Jordan.
Eades’ funk driven lo-fi sound is playful and infectious in Same Guy. Led by a riff you’d find difficult not to love, it’s a delightfully easy to listen to track. Boasting not only a killer riff, but a hooking singalong chorus and funky rhythm section, it’s a truly impressive coming of age track from a band clearly capable of producing some quality releases.