'Go Tell The Eskimo creates totally magical indie pop that will make your ears rejoice.'
Armed with articulate analog sounds and upbeat anthems, they comfortably blend familiar dance elements and an electro pop-centric demeanor that can only be described as Go Tell The Eskimo. This can be heard throughout the EP and in the debut single “When The Lights Go Out” (officially released November 20th 2012). Along with the local support from the BBC and national Radio the band is catching the attention of audiences across their native UK thanks to their unique brand of electro induced indie rock.
Their debut EP. Smoke Signals recorded and produced between Los Angeles and London will be released through Red Parade Music owned by producer Jim Roach (The Young Romans, Skyler Stonestreet, Jesse Thomas).
"The entire three song EP called "Smoke Signals" is beautifully layered - from gritty garage rock to jangly 60's inspired orchestral pop - these songs will become the soundtrack to your happiest daydreams!" Tobi on-air personality and live performance host at 98.7FM-LA
Although London based the band's international membership hail from as diverse a range as England, Ireland, the USA and Chile. Their initial demos were recorded simultaneously on both sides of the Atlantic in a 24 hour cycle between London and San Diego.
In October 2012 still before it's official release their debut single 'When Lights Go Out” was listed in Amazing Radio’s Top 15 Tracks for October and Top 5 tracks of the year. They were recently picked out by 2009 Brit Awards host Matt Horne to headline his up and coming Mat Horne sessions this November, promoted by BBC 1's Zane Lowe.
The band will kick off the New Year in LA to complete the recording of their début full length album (set for release in early 2013 ), followed by shows across the US, UK and Ireland.
For full dates and more info please visit https://www.facebook.com/gotelltheeskimo
Influences include. The Cure, Arcade Fire, Beach Boys, Broken Social Scene, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Flaming Lips, The Smiths, Phoenix.