"One of the most prolific, adventurous and moving songwriters of the past decade” — Q Magazine
A previously announced concert at The Royal Albert Hall is close to selling out (a wide selection of seats is still available in the Aloud Exchange), but Eels are making a comparatively swift return to the capital in order to play at The Barbican ion July 24th.
In addition a July 26th performance at The Sage, Gateshead, has also been announced. Eels tickets for both this and The Barbican concert will be available on Aloud from 9am on THURSDAY April 16th.
In celebration of the release of their new album The Cautionary Tales of Mark Oliver Everett on April 21, EELS will set off on a North American and European tour, kicking off in Austin on May 16 with stops in New York, Los Angeles, Paris and London’s Royal Albert Hall!
The new album from singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and EELS front man Mark Oliver Everett (aka E) is being described as “an extraordinarily vivid and intimate document of a personal struggle.”
'The Cautionary Tales of Mark Oliver Everett' marks the 11th full-length release for EELS, whose debut 'Beautiful Freak' was released in 1996.
In addition to the recordings, Everett has embarked on a number of non-musical projects as well including his acclaimed book Things the Grandchildren Should Know and the multiple-award winning 'Parallel Worlds, Parallel Lives' documentary film about Everett and his quantum physicist father, Hugh Everett III, broadcast on the BBC.
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