Brighton alternative rockers BLUE EYED GIANTS are back with a brand new offering via Famined Records. ‘Everyone Is A Slave To Something’ is the band’s latest track, “an exploration of who we are as people underneath all of our external attachments.”
In ‘Everyone Is A Slave To Something’, BLUE EYED GIANTS explore their sound incorporating post rock instrumentals with odd time signatures; but retaining their signature blend of enthralling vocals with bouncy, groovy riffs. It is the last track on their upcoming EP, and its placing is to allow the listener to “contemplate what they attach themselves to in their own lives.”
Blue Eyed Giants’ music amalgamates a plethora of rock sub-genres. Equipped with crushing breakdowns and rhythmic intricacies, whilst exploring vocal versatility through screams and gentle melody. Life affirming songs that shift from engulfing heaviness into contagious, melodic delicacy. The band’s fierce musicianship in all fields showcases that they are pioneering a new unique take on modern alternative rock music.
Hailing from the flourishing musical city of Brighton, the band released three diverse songs under their debut E.P – Black and Blue in 2016. The title track explodes with tons of energy from the gritty vocal screams and bursts of complex guitar riffs. Conversely, the bouncy, pop grooves of “Divides” oozes with catchy hooks from all instruments. The EP is completed with the emotionally-charged concluding track “Up and Over” written about the departure of singer Nick Ward which subsequently caused their two year hiatus.
The band returned in full force in 2019 with the ear-shattering track “No Brainer”. Having the music video featured on the highly respected YouTube channel – Dreambound, has attracted an influx of new fans.
Blue Eyed Giants signed to Famined Records in June 2020 and subsequently released their massive track “Wide Awake” which tells a story of exploring a path to self discovery, and battling through hardships to come out stronger the other side.