Eula's newest song release "I Collapse" is being featured on Pitchfork!
Review of the Band and latest song:
"Can you handle nasty weather?" shrieks Alyse Lamb, the leading force behind the scrappy Brooklyn post-punk trio EULA. The song, "I Collapse," brings the band's sound further out of its earlier, PJ Harvey-meets-Poly Styrene spasticity and steers into more forbidding, bluesy territory, reminiscent of Fever To Tell-era Yeah Yeah Yeahs. Lamb, a firebomb of a lead presence, seethes against the song's deliberate walking tempo: "Years of restraint and order/ Make for bloody water," she quavers, and you can practically hear her fists ball. The song's tension stays corked until it's last twenty seconds, which you'll want to stick around for, as the song suddenly peels out of control and slams abruptly into a wall. They are a band with charisma to burn, picking up new tricks as they grow.
EULA: "I Collapse" (via SoundCloud) to see the video go to this link