new music: Eliza and the Bear

Today, I bring you some new music from London five piece Eliza and The Bear. The rock act have become a well known name within their own scene with their mix of heavier and more melodic meets anthemic tracks. Having been around for 4 years now, the guys have built up a solid fan base through releases and plenty of touring and if you haven’t already, you should check them out now.

Above is the band’s latest single ‘Make It On My Own’ which is an atmospheric indie meets rock masterpiece. From the off, this track draws you in with its interesting sounds from the hollow notes to the rhythmical beats, saxophone and the beautiful piano line. The vocals play wonderfully with the music, flowing around the layers of sound brilliantly while huge, building rock tinged guitar lines come and go throughout the track. It is a really great track and one that deserves at least one, if not a few, hits on the repeat button.

The recent single is taken from their EP of the same name released this year. After plenty of EP and single releases that has seen the band gain great reviews, it is surely time for the band to release a much anticipated album soon. Until then though, the band have plenty of tour dates for this autumn taking in everywhere from Manchester to Newcastle, Leeds to Brighton as well as bagging themselves a festival slot at this year’s Reading and Leeds Festivals. Make sure you catch them if you can over the next few months, they are a band to check out on record and in the live setting.

To find out more about Eliza and the Bear visit their Facebook page, their Soundcloud page or you can follow them on Twitter – @elizaandthebear

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