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Eat Defeat release video for “Running In Place”

UK pop-punk band Eat Defeat have released a new video for “Running In Place”. The track is taken from the band’s Bearded Punk Records album I Think We’ll Be OK.

You can watch it below, as well as checking out the band’s upcoming UK and European tour dates.

Eat Defeat (UK) release “I Think We’ll Be OK” LP (ffo: NFG)

Great stuff here! Harmonious UK band Eat Defeat is taking pop-punk back to school with their new LP, I Think We’ll Be OK, out on Bearded Punk Records. Stream that below… and if you don’t like pop-punk, maybe just give track 2 a quick listen.

Eat Defeat release video for “Can’t Say I’ll Miss You”

Leeds, UK-based pop-punk band have released a new video for their song “Can’t Say I’ll Miss You” from their upcoming album I Think We’ll Be OK. The LP will be released August 3 via Bearded Punk Records. You can view the video below.

I Think We’ll Be Okay is the follow-up to their 2017 EP Time and Tide.

Eat Defeat release single “Nothing’s Wrong” ahead of album

Leeds, UK pop-punks Eat Defeat are to release a new album called ‘I Think We’ll Be OK’. The 10-track album will be released through Bearded Punk Records on August 3rd. Ahead of the album, the band have release a single from it, “Nothing’s Wrong”. The track is up on the usual streaming platforms, but they’ve also released a video for it.

Have a watch of the video below and see what the band say about the track.

Eat Defeat release lyric video for new track “A Little Less Than OK” ahead of album

Leeds, UK pop-punks Eat Defeat are to release a new album called ‘I Think We’ll Be OK’. The 10-track album will be released through Bearded Punk Records on August 3rd. To mark the announcement, the band have released a lyric video for single ‘A Little Less Than OK’ and announced summer tour dates.

You can have a watch below.

Eat Defeat (UK, Pop-Punk) release new track “Not Today, Old Friend”

Leeds, UK pop-punks Eat Defeat have released a new track on their Bandcamp. The melodic “Not Today, Old Friend” follows last year’s EP “Time & Tide”.

You can have a listen to the offering below.

Eat Defeat (pop-punk, UK) release video for ‘Shortcuts’

UK pop-punkers Eat Defeat have followed up last month’s release of ‘Time and Tide’ with a new video for EP track ‘Shortcuts’.

You can watch their latest offering below.

Eat Defeat (melodic punk) stream new EP “Time & Tide”

UK melodic punk band Eat Defeat will be releasing their brand new  EP Time & Tide on June 11th through Umlaut Records and today we’re stoked to bring you a stream of the entire thing.

Eat Defeat are 4 guys from Leeds, UK, blending a shared love of pop music, fast skate punk and upbeat melodic punk to create high energy songs that will get stuck in your head for weeks. Formed in late 2010, the band has spent the past 5 years playing their brand of melodic punk up and down the UK and across mainland Europe.

See what the hype is all about by streaming “Time & Tide” below.

Lyric Video: Eat Defeat – “Don’t Look Back”

UK melodic punk/ska band Eat Defeat have released lyric video for their new song “Don’t Look Back”, which you can watch on their Facebook page.

“Don’t Look Back” appears on Eat Defeat’s upcoming EP Time & Tide, which is due for release on June 11th through Umlaut Records.

Eat Defeat releases music video for “Thundergun Express”; preparing for UK tour

UK melodic punk/ska band Eat Defeat has just released a new music video for their song “Thundergun Express”, which appears on the band’s latest EP “It’s Always Sunny in Yorkshire”. The video features live footage from the band, as well as random antics that a tour always brings.

You can check out the video below.

Eat Defeat is also getting ready for a February/March UK tour with Sleepy Eyes; dates and locations of which can be seen here.

“It’s Always Sunny in Yorkshire” was released last July, and serves as a follow-up to their 2012 album Challenges.

Eat Defeat announce UK tour with Sleepy Eyes

UK melodic punk act Eat Defeat will be touring their homeland this spring, and they will be joined by Chesterfield pop-punk act Sleepy Eyes. Dates and locations can be found below.

Eat Defeat last released an EP titled It’s Always Sunny in Yorkshire this past July. Sleepy Eyes released their debut EP Empty Shells and Plastic Smiles on November 25th.

Eat Defeat announce European tour

UK melodic punk/ska band Eat Defeat will be embarking on a European tour this October. You can check the full list of dates and locations below.

Eat Defeat released an EP this past July called It’s Always Sunny in Yorkshire as a follow-up to their 2012 album Challenges. 

Eat Defeat stream new EP “It’s Always Sunny In Yorkshire”

UK melodic punk/ska band Eat Defeat are streaming their new EP It’s Always Sunny In Yorkshire in its entirety. You can give the whole thing a listen below.

The EP serves as a follow-up to the band’s debut full-length Challenges, which was released in 2012 and can be downloaded for free on Bandcamp.

Eat Defeat have started recording a new album

UK melodic punk/ska band Eat Defeat have been posting photo updates on their Facebook page that indicate the band has started recording a new album. No word yet on when it will be released, but as always, we’ll keep you posted.

The band last released an album, Challenges, in 2012 and you can check it out here.

Eat Defeat announce departure of drummer

According to a recent post on their Facebook page, UK melodic punk/ska band Eat Defeat will be parting ways with their drummer Jake following the two shows they’re playing in Scotland next weekend:

“It breaks our heart to announce this, but after next weekends Scottish weekend of joy we’ll be saying goodbye to our drummer, Jake. Jake unfortunately has a bad case of having a real life, and hanging around with us listening to Katy Perry is no longer something he can continue with.

This obviously leaves us in a tough spot and without a drummer, so if you or someone you know might be up for filling the empty drum stool Jake is leaving behind then please drop us a message!!!

We’ll be seeing Jake out in style next week first at Plan B Books in Glasgow on the 28th and then at Bansee Labyrinth in Edinburgh on the 29th. We expect to see some Scottish chums!”

If you’re in the Leeds area and you’re looking for a band, we highly recommend getting in touch with these guys. They’re really damn good. Don’t believe me? Just give their debut album “Challenges” a listen below.