EULA owe their origins to music school, to a series of demos passed around between friends.
Gradually coalescing as something concrete, something permanent, the band have released two EPs and played a series of storming, probing live shows.
Upcoming album 'Wool Sucking' features new drummer Stephen Reader, and was produced by Martin Bisi (whose credits include Sonic Youth).
Frontwoman Alyse Lamb explains: "The term Wool Sucking is a compulsive, misdirected form of nursing in small animals. They suck wool or woolen-like fabrics if they are weened too early... I think it fit my situation aptly."
Ahead of this, Clash is able to present new track 'Meadows'. Matching innocence to experience, melody to dissonance, you can check it out now: