Leeds post-punk band Eagulls played a special intimate gig last weekend in Wales as part of the Dr. Martens #STANDFORSOMETHING Tour 2014, and have just revealed a special live video of them playing debut album track Yellow Eyes.
Check it out below:
Eagulls, who headlined the event ahead of other promising young bands Mazes and Samoans, are currently in the middle of their biggest UK tour to date, and before the gig front-man George Mitchell told DIY he was glad of the opportunity to play a more intimate gig:
“This year we have been playing some pretty big stages which is always great, but it’s still the small intimate venues that we love the most as that’s where we first started out. Having the crowd intertwined with the band will always create movement and when there’s movement, there’s energy.”
The Dr. Martens #STANDFORSOMETHING Tour 2014 has three dates left, check out the full roster of dates, bands and venues below:
25 We Are The Ocean + Arcane Roots: The Shipping Forecast, Liverpool
22 Los Campesinos! + Johnny Foreigner: The Flapper, Birmingham
05 Tonight Alive + Only Rivals: Cluny 2, Newcastle
Tickets for all three dates are availabel to buy now via Ticket Web.