Exclusive: Bugeye’s amazing new EP – Never Let You Go

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It’s most certainly time for a Bugeye summer, as the band making a triumphant return with their new, outstanding EP – out July 8.

Having started in the late 90s, Bugeye reformed last year with the goal of bringing the ultimate rock and roll sound back to the streets. With sweet lyrics matched only by the mind blowing bass and soaring guitar sounds, Bugeye’s new EP is destined to be a summer favourite.

It’s a riotous collection of songs that has a perfect balance of contemporary beats and good old fashioned throwback qualities.

The trio band have been reintroducing themselves their old stomping grounds with a whole series of gigs showcasing their utterly unique style and sound.

One of the tracks, Disco Dancer, will be available as a free download, and will be accompanied by a music video – directed by the exceedingly talented Emma Nathan – exploring some pretty difficult themes.

The EP itself gets released tomorrow, but we’re lucky enough to have a cheeky preview of the main event – make sure you give their song Helga a listen, It’s our fave.

What did we tell ya? Angela Martin (Vox, Guitar), Paule Snow (Bass) and Jack Houston (Drums), most definitely continue to raise the bar.

Never Let You Go is available to pre-order over at iTunes.com.

Follow the band on Twitter – @bugeyeband, Soundcloud – soundcloud.com/bugeye and Facebook – facebook.com/bugeyemusic

Words Tijen Nicole Butler

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