THE EASTHILLS RELEASE NEW 4-SONG EP

By on April 11, 2014

THE EASTHILLS RELEASE NEW 4-SONG EP AND INITIAL SUMMER SHOWS

Critically Acclaimed Indiana-based Rock Band Release New EP “World Class Prick” Digitally and on CD thisTuesday, April 15

Shows this Summer Supporting Tesla, REO Speedwagon, Cracker, Here Come the Mummies & an appearance at Bunbury Music Festival & more

 

PrickINDIANAPOLIS, IN (April 11, 2014) The Easthills will release a 4-song EP World Class Prick this Tuesday, April 15 via the band’s official website at www.theeasthills.com and online at CD Baby, iTunes, Amazon and other digital sellers.

 

The Easthills new EP follows their 2013 celebrated, and critically acclaimed debut album Death of a Salesman. Like their debut, World Class Prick was produced by Doug Henthorn, who is also known for his work with Healing Sixes, Joe Bonamassa, Jason Bonham and John Hiatt among others.

 

Over the past year The Easthills have shared the stage and performed on festivals with the likes of REO Speedwagon, Ian McLagan (The Faces), Meat Puppets, Fastball, Here Come the Mummies, Ted Leo and the Pharmacists, Black Owls, Big Head Todd and the Monsters, Georgia Satellites and more. Their upcoming 2014 concert schedule is in the works and already includes shows with Drivin’ N’ Cryin’ (4/17 in Indianapolis, IN), Tesla (5/20 in Indianapolis, IN), REO Speedwagon (6/27 in Normal, IL), Bunbury Music Festival feat. The Flaming Lips (7/13 in Cincinnati, OH), Weberfest feat. Cracker (8/2 in Kokomo, IN), Here Come the Mummies (8/8 in Fort Wayne, IN), and The Romantics (8/16 in Rushville, IN). More shows will continue to be added.

 

The new EP, World Class Prick, features the following tracks:

1.     Jealous of Birds

2.     Notice

3.     Suicidal Sundays

4.     Big Fresh Young Dead

The Easthills are Will Barada (vocals, guitar), Hank Campbell (vocals, guitar), Brad Morgan (bass) and Wade Parish (drums).

The Easthills http://www.theeasthills.com  /  http://www.facebook.com/theeasthills  /  Twitter: @TheEasthills  

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