Fish shared a new single from their upcoming 14th studio album – listen to “Amateur Hour” below.
Group last year announced the details of the new record “Extreme Witchcraft”It should be released on January 28 via PIAS and their E Works Records.
The Amateur Hour is the album’s uplifting and exciting opening track, following the previously released singles The Magic, Steam Engine and Steam Engine. “Good night on earth” – The second came first with album announcements.
Frontman Mark ‘E’ Oliver Everett co-produced “Extreme Witchcraft” with PJ Harvey and producer and guitarist John Parish. This means that E and Parish worked together for the first time since the band’s 2001 album Souljacker.
Speaking about working on the new record, E said: “John Parish is one of the most polite, polite people I have ever met. A real gentleman. In fact, he is the kindest person I have ever met. But when he enters the studio, he becomes a mad scientist.
“If you create music with John Parish, you get things that no one else can do. It has a truly unique toolbox and musical outlook. Perhaps his politeness is a mechanism to fight to keep Mr. Hyde under control when he is out of the lab.
“Extreme Witchcraft” can be pre-ordered Here.
Eels are also set go on a tour to the UK and Ireland in March to support the new LP. They begin in Belfast on March 11 and end on March 18 at the O2 Guildhall in Southampton before leaving for Europe. See all dates Here.
Elsewhere, Eels made a video for their song “Are We Alright Again” in 2020, featured Mad Men actor John Hamm.
A one-off video directed by Greg Barnes, who plays Hamm as an “ordinary Eels fan who finds solace in Eels music,” depicts the actor getting so lost in the music that he steals the theft directly behind him. also forgets. uni.