We caught up with Harriet Elder from Dogeyed on Thursday after they opened for Peaness, Radiator Hospital and The Spook School. The self proclaimed creators of "sad lounge music" have been snapped up by Specialist Subject after a string of demo albums and, most recently, their debut EP.
Here's our 60 second interview:
Hey! Great show. We've been listening to your stuff since we moved to Bristol
That's so nice!
We try. Georgie (GINS) wants to know what advice you'd give to emerging artists like her
Be passionate! Just f*cking do it!
What famous animal would you have on stage for one song?
ok... dead Lassie
New band name?
What venue/city/country would you add to a Dogeyed world tour?
Most underrated band in Bristol?
Dogeyed! No I don't know.... there's so many!
How would you describe your hometown?
Sounds lovely. And Bristol?
Dogeyed launched their EP at The Exchange on Friday. You can catch them there again on June 16th with AJJ and Toodles. In the meantime, we recommend getting deeply and inappropriately acquainted with Throw The Bones - it's sublime.
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