Eat Your Own Head challenge toxic masculinity on single ‘The Concrete of Moulded Men’ Released 28/03

“A cathartic blend of grungy riffage and minimalist syncopations…glorious” - The Line of Best Fit

"Ferocious and desolate....technicality, huge riffs, and vocal delicacies" - Louder Than War

“Representing the effervescent creativity of their scene in fantastic form” - Noizze

“A band of virtuosos” - Tom Robinson, BBC 6music


Norwich’s EAT YOUR OWN HEAD Challenge Toxic Masculinity On New Single ‘The Concrete of Moulded Men’ Released 29th March 2022 Watch The Video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XaDxgy6bZRQ Stream and share - HERE Debut Album Neck-Deep In The Blyth Released 20th May 2022 via Drongo Records Preorder on bandcamp - HERE Presave - HERE April/May 2022 UK Tour Dates w/ Lunch Money + My Octopus Mind Tickets on sale now - https://linktr.ee/Eatyourownhead


Following a premiere with Distorted Sound, Norwich alt/noise-rock band Eat Your Own Head are pleased to reveal the video for their new single ‘The Concrete of Moulded Men’ which is released 29th March 2022.


The track is the latest release to be taken from their forthcoming debut album Neck-Deep In The Blyth set for release on 20th May 2022 via Drongo Records, following on from lead single ‘Bullets’ released last month.


Preorders are now live on bandcamp - HERE


The band will be heading out on a run of April/May 2022 UK headline tour dates, including shows with Lunch Money and My Octopus Mind, plus an appearance at Portals Presents in London, 2nd April 2022 (see below for full listings).


On the new single, an intense tempo combined with tight, heavy guitars and unrelenting drums musically encompass the societal pressures that underlie growing up in a small, old-fashioned village as a young male.


Commenting on the track, vocalist Ash Woolnough said: “‘The Concrete of Moulded Men' is a sledgehammer to the slab of toxic masculinity. When writing the track, we wanted it to be fierce, hard, and unrelenting to reflect the kind of feelings and pressures that are put on men.”


“I didn’t have any friends that played music when I was growing up, and It would feel embarrassing to say no to football or something like that because I wanted to play guitar and sing. I started making up reasons and hiding it, which was obviously not the right thing to be doing. This track is basically saying don’t worry about all that nonsense”


Forthcoming debut album Neck-Deep In The Blyth was recorded by Tom Peters (Alpha Male Tea Party, Bicruious, The Hyena Kill) at Trapdoor Studios and mastered by Katie Tavini (Los Bitchos, Arlo Parks, Zuzu).


Lead single ‘Bullets’ received support from a swathe of alternative new music tastemakers including Bring The Noise, The Punk Site, Maximum Volume, Soundsphere Magazine, and Progzilla with radio support to date from BBC introducing, Amazing Radio and the Artrocker show on Resonance FM.



Debut album Neck-Deep In The Blyth released 20th May 2022



Eat Your Own Head 2022 UK Tour Dates:


02.04.22 - London - Signature Brew (Portals Presents)

08.04.22 - Ipswich - Smokehouse

15.04.22 - Cambridge - Blue Moon

20.04.22 - Guildford - Boileroom

21.04.22 - Brighton - The Prince Albert

23.04.22 - Glastonbury - The King Arthur

24.04.22 - Bristol - Crofters Rights

06.05.22 - Colchester - Coda

13.05.22 - Stamford - Mama Lizs

14.05.22 - Whitcurch - Percy’s Cafe

20.05.22 - Norwich (Album launch show) - Voodoo Daddy’s

26.05.22 - Ramsgate - Music Hall

27.05.22 - Nottingham - JT Soar


Eat Your Own Head online:


https://www.eatyourownhead.com

https://www.instagram.com/eatyourownheadmusic/

https://www.facebook.com/eatyourownheadmusic

https://twitter.com/eyohmusic

https://www.drongorecords.com


More info:


Drawn together by a collective yearning to play extremely loud music (as all the best heavy bands are) Eat Your Own Head present an enticing blend of rich, heavy alt-rock that sidesteps some of the genres more obvious pitfalls and replaces them instead with muscular vocals, hooks, and a technical and unpredictable musicality that evokes comparisons to early Marmozets, Blacklisters, Blakfish, and &U&I.


Taking inspiration from everything from Nirvana to Black Midi, the band formed in 2019 and were straight out of the blocks with the Hank EP in 2020, quickly landing themselves notable accolades from BBC 6music, The Line of Best Fit, Louder Than War, and Amazing Radio.


The quartet have built a strong live reputation from the word go and have since been on to play all over the UK including support slots with more established acts such as The Physics House Band, St. Pierre Snake Invasion, Sugar Horse, The Guru Guru and many more.