Hidden Thieves
Eye And No Eyes

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For young musicians, obeying genre lines is an almost archaic activity. Aggregation is the name of the game, with more and more new groups choosing to funnel diverse, eclectic and broad-ranging influences into bewildering shapes.

Eyes And No Eyes take their name from a children's book, demonstrating how children can divide up objects. For example a frog is 'eyes' while a turnip is 'no eyes'...

Fusing folk textures with psychedelic bliss, motorik rhythms with freeform composition, the four piece went into the studio last last year to record their debut album. Spread across four sessions, Eyes And No Eyes are now almost ready to unveil the results.

Self-titled, the band's debut album is available to pre-order HERE before its release on March 31st. Before the material emerges, though, Eyes And No Eyes have handed new track 'Hidden Thieves' to Clash.

Fluid, rippling songwriting which stretches out beyond the six minute mark, it's a courageous piece of music which fuses the cerebral with the deeply cerebral.

Listen to it now.

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