Leeds quartet, Eades, have released their newest single, ‘I Want More’.
A perfect end of summer tune, ‘I Want More’ feels like a festival anthem, making the unfortunate absence of live shows hurt all the more. With a slow build, the track rises up to a power-driven outro, packed with roaring backing harmonies and stormy guitars.
Discussing how the track came about, lead vocalist, Harry Jordan, says: “When we wrote ‘I Want More’ I was in a pretty strange place, working a real dead end job just doing what I could to stay in Leeds and make music. I guess it reflects pretty well about how we all felt as musicians – finishing uni, feeling a bit lost and wanting more from life than the rat race our friends around us were joining.”
The band released their debut EP, ‘Microcosmic Things’ earlier in 2020, after releasing a string of singles throughout the past year.
Listen to ‘I Want More’ here: