Newcastle, Australia alt-pop quartet Eat Your Heart Out have recently released their second album Can’t Stay Forever. via Fearless Records.
The album has already been received really well by fans and critics and spawned the incredibly catchy singles Twenty Something, Down and Hostage and was recorded with producer Jack Newlyn, holing up in Durham Recording Studios in the remote town of Stanhope. They worked at the studio and stayed on-site, making for what Caitlin calls “a really wholesome studio experience.”
The band have also recently returned from a tour in Europe with Tiny Moving Parts and have dates set for the new year to bring the fun down under!
The Everblack Podcast spoke to Caitlin Henry from Eat Your Heart Out about their new album ‘Can’t Stay Forever’, the meaning behind the title and artwork, touring Europe and upcoming Australia run with mates Tiny Moving Parts, future of the band and more!
Watch/listen to the interview here:
EYHO have amassed millions of streams and earned acclaim from NME, Alternative Press, Rock Sound, Hysteria Mag, and more. The band has consistently uplifted audiences worldwide since arriving on the scene back in 2012. They served up three fan favorite EPs —Distance Between Us (2015), Carried Away (2017), and Mind Games (2017) — before delivering their proper full-length debut, Florescence, in 2019. Their single Carousel has clocked 2.6 million Spotify streams and counting, and in between releases they have hit the road with the likes of Trophy Eyes, Hands Like Houses, Knuckle Puck, Real Friends, and more. In late 2020, they turned their attention to what would become Can’t Stay Forever. Each member spent almost the entirety of the next year penning songs and bouncing ideas back and forth, nodding to formative influences such as Jimmy Eat World and Taking Back Sunday. The process enabled the musicians to naturally progress individually and also as a collective.
Eat Your Heart Out – ‘Can’t Stay Forever’ Is out now via Fearless Records Order here :
CAN’T STAY FOREVER