When two years ago I’d just performed with Leonidas from my wet Calvin in order to present what then felt like an ultra sophisticated second EP, I was in search of something.
I was tackling most of my fears of Change, and trying to put ambition in its place. After all, I had, and still have, done almost nothing.
I began playing at 17 because of a girl (as you do), and then as most noteworthy trips in one’s life, this one has been about so many things, so healing and graced with people from different countries, who sat and listened, who fed me and let me crash in their house, who have been more family than family to me. And now, six years later, after this and that, I’m proud to be in a place comfortable enough in order to let that silly name “Egg Hell” in the hands of four other friends who did all of the above in one way or another, and who are willing to take that boat trip with me.
So, yes. Egg Hell is a band, as it always wanted to be, and our first work together is done. A long process, tumultous in all the boring ways which prevent me to put it in direct analogy with our album’s theme and name, it is now waiting to be released. And it will be, this November by Inner Ear records.
From now, let’s talk a bit more often.