Dutch pop revelation Eut will soon release their latest album “Party Time”. And Party Time is exactly what it is today, because the new single “Cool” is released today. Of course the single and album both come out on the Dutch label V2.
The album “Party Time” is all about lust, sex and loneliness; about dancing on an empty dance floor and when you finally falls flat on your face, it might be best to just lie down. In ten flawless pop songs Eut takes you into a story full of heartache, ecstasy and going against the grain.
The band, a collaboration between Megan de Klerk (vocals), Tessa Raadman (guitar), Emiel de Nennie (guitar), David Hoogerheide (bass / keys) and Jim Geurts (drums), is here to keep you on your toes.
Eut reminds you of 90’s bands like Blur and The Cardigans, but also sounds like new artists like St. Vincent. The result is a unique sound, greater than the sum of its parts. Debut album “Fool for the Vibes” was released in 2018 and confirmed critics’ predictions that Eut was one of the most exciting new acts in the Netherlands. They quickly outgrew even this award played at international festivals such as Great Escape Festival (Brighton, UK), Transmusicales (Rennes, France) and Eurosonic (Groningen, The Netherlands).
Most recently, Eut released the singles “Had Too Much” and “It’s Love (But It’s Not Mine)” from their upcoming album “Party Time”. Both tracks revealed a synergy of their signature lightheartedness, but this time with explicit darkness and a hint of self-destruction. But now it is really Party Time, because “Cool” is out; COOL!
“Cool” is the newest single from the second album. The band talked about the upcoming album: ‘“Party Time” is all about lust, sex and loneliness; about dancing on an empty dance floor and when you finally fall flat on your face, it might be best to just lie down’. Eut again echoes the sounds of the 90s, but in a unique sound, greater than the sum of its parts, and that can also be heard on the new single “Cool”.