Sydney five-piece Eagle Eye Jones blend funk-rock with psychedelic blues groove with an emphasis on song-craft. After two years of onstage exploration and the induction of a synth wizard, Eagle Eye Jones has worked hard on refining a sound they can proudly call their own. Smothered in bluesy lead breaks and poetic lyrics the band has humbly drawn inspiration from the likes of the Grateful Dead, Jeff Buckley and Mildlife.
The past two years have proved fruitful with the outfit landing gigs supporting Ocean Alley at The Enmore Theatre and two nights at the Roundhouse as well as Beasts Of Bourbon at The Metro Theatre.
They recently sold out the Lansdowne in lieu of their debut EP Moon Rose Red.
The debut EP is an eclectic collection of funk, blues and soul, signifying their confluence of the modern-vintage sound. The four-track body is a groove driven journey that is highlighted by swirling synths, snappy guitar lines and interlocked rhythmic syncopations. From the lightning hot jam track of 'Do Old Houses Dream' to the upbeat funk-soul of 'Lady Of The Rose' and the seven-minute psychedelic rumination of 'Dreaming', it stays true to their blues roots while hinting at their experimental, ambient and progressive road ahead as they gear up for their 2020 debut album release.
Don't miss these rising stars when they visit Dashville for The Gum Ball 2020.