Punk rock trio EULA have posted videos from recent appearances on WFMU and BreakThru Radio and the band is playing a couple local shows next month.
The band released their latest disc, Maurice Narcisse, this past May which Paper Garden Records described as "a playful treatise on pretension, part lamenting part castigating the metaphorical ‘character’ for his egotism. Alyses’ punching lyrics find their match in aggressive drums and plunging melodies, so despite the aforementioned woes, Maurice Narcisse is an undeniably fun listen. Give a listen to the record’s titular track, a smoldering, discombobulated pop song that EULA has made their specialty. It’s indubitably technical and well-crafted, every detail fired off with conviction and purpose."
EULA - "Above the Weather" Live
EULA - Live on BreakThru Radio
EULA is playing Fort Useless (36 Ditmars Street, Brooklyn, NY) along with MiniBone, Quiet Loudly and Ball of Flame Shoot Fire on Dec. 10th. On Dec. 15th, EULA is playing Cake Shop as part of Whatever Blog's Holiday Party. Also on the bill are Radical Dads, These United States, Hilly Eye and Libel - cover is $8 at the door.