LA Synth-Rockers The Eiffels Return with Bigger Sound and a Little More Rock
HEAR THE NEW EP YOU GOT ME NOW ON IDOBI RADIO
LA trio The Eiffels will be releasing their sophomore EP You Got Me on 11/18, but today the band is premiering the advance stream with Idobi Radio. Recorded in Los Angeles with producer Ethan Kaufmann (Wild Party) and Will Briere (The Killers, Walk The Moon, Neon Trees), the 3 song EP reveals a band delving deeper into 80’s influences. There are shades of Bruce Springsteen and Phil Collins, although contemporary ears may hear more Bleachers or The Wombats.
“We’re really excited to finally release the new EP,” says vocalist Sean Ulbs. “We recorded these tracks after an ambitious U.S. tour, and the ways we grew musically, and as a band, come through in these songs.“
2016 was filled with all kinds of success for the buzz-band. The Eiffels saw their music appear in television shows (MTV’s Are You The One, The Only Way Is Essex), magazines (Relix Magazine), and were 2016 Unsigned Only – Alternative Artist winners (judges included The Killers and The Struts). They did this all while becoming regulars at some of LA’s favorite music venues.
You Got Me will be available this Friday (11/18) on Spotify, iTunes, and all digital services here.
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Relix Magazine describes The Eiffels’ “sleek dance rock” as “contagious.” Yahoo Music raves, “Los Angeles buzz band, The Eiffels, has the music scene in a swirl with its catchy ’80’s synth pop.” And PureVolume calls their songs, “shimmering electro-pop anthems.”
The week of its release, their debut EP was hailed by Baeble Music as an “opening salvo that any band would dream of,” and was the 15th most added record on U.S. college radio. They’ve since received support from major radio stations from Los Angeles’ KROQ and KLOS, to San Diego’s 91X and Z90.
After an ambitious United States tour, continuous buzz, and seeing their music featured in hit television shows like the The Only Way is Essex, The Eiffels are ready to release their new EP, complete with the same diabolically catchy hooks and an even bigger sound.