The Lovely Eggs are an underground surreal-psych punk rock duo from northern England. They have a fierce ethos that music should have no rules. For Holly and David being in a band is a way of life. True to this, they live the way they play. Fiercely, constantly in search of the good times.

With 8/10 thumbs up from the NME and much support from BBC 6 Music and Radio One the band continues to sell out gigs across the UK without the help of management, booking agent or record label support. With six BBC 6 Music sessions under their belt, as well as sessions for Radio One and XFM, The Lovely Eggs have enjoyed huge support from BBC 6 Music with airplay from DJs Marc Riley, Steve Lamacq, Lauren Laverne, Chris Hawkins, Gideon Coe, Shaun Keavney and Radcliffe and Maconie.

Their songs have been produced by Gruff Rhys (Super Furry Animals), remixed by Tjinder Singh (Cornershop) and sampled by Zane Lowe for Scroobius Pip. With releases in the UK, Europe, USA and Japan, The Lovely Eggs have played hundreds of gigs around the UK, USA and Europe.

With observational and often surreal lyrics about life The Lovely Eggs have a powerful stripped down sound: one vintage guitar amp, one Big Muff distortion pedal, a guitar and a drum kit. They have produced four albums. The latest This Is Our Nowhere was self-recorded in an abandoned factory in their home town of Lancaster. Its title sums up their celebration and love of a scene which doesn’t exist in the eyes of the manufactured mainstream. The Lovely Eggs are one of the most exciting, innovative and genuine bands on the British underground music scene. Welcome to their world.

The Lovely Eggs Links: Website | Facebook | Twitter

Watch the video for ‘Magic Onion’ below:

Plus support from MARK WYNN

Mark Wynn is a semi-nude performance artist renowned for his unsettling live shows and carefree attitude to professional recording standards.

Mirroring an aesthetic founded by the likes of Mark E Smith and Jacques Dutronc, having just toured with Sleaford Mods, he has courted national press attention thanks to his ability to blend abstract noise and poetic nonsense.

Mark Wynn Links: Website | Facebook

Watch the video for ‘Captain Fantastic’ below: