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Formed in Belfast in October 2010, Eatenbybears have had a busy year of writing, rehearsing,recording and gigging constantly ending their summer with festival slots at Tenant’s Vital, playing support to Eminem and then opening the Crawdaddy Stage at Electric Picnic, where they were lucky enough to share the bill with acts such as Arcade Fire.

Following early releases of singles “Vanderhoof” and “Spite Houses” which were given the thumbs up by BBC Radio1’s Rory McConnell, as well as bands such as ‘And So I Watch You From Afar” and Glasvegas”, Eatenbybears recently celebrated their first Birthday with the release of their debut E. P./Album “Teeth”, which AU Magazine gave an 8/10 review.

First Single from “Teeth” is “Malkovich”, a cheeky math-surf-pop vocal heavy number that shows that this is a band who aren’t afraid to re-define their sound on a song by song basis, honing it down without it ever becoming stale or predictable.

“Eatenbybears just continually blow my mind. They’re one of the most exciting Irish bands I’ve ever heard, they’re fantastic.”
- Tony Wright, And So I Watch You From Afar/VerseChorusVerse.

“They describe themselves as experimental math rock… and well If that’s what experimental math rock sounds like then I am a fan”
- Rory McConnell, BBC Radio1

“In a music scene with many bands coming from the same genre pool, it’s refreshing to see something a bit different.”
- Carys McMoran, BBC ATL

“They’re in their own little cave and that’s where every rock and roll band should be.”
- Glasvegas

“A genre that I can only describe as “Holy Shit”. “
- Paul Shevlin


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