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New York Punk Band, "Big Eyes" Getting Warm for Winter.

New York Punk Band, "Big Eyes" Getting Warm for Winter.

The well established, octane fueled punk band Big Eyes is holding steady at their ground breaking progress, and showing unstoppable momentum going into this upcoming  winter with booking quickly sold out shows and and non-stop studio time.

The  power trio, consisting of  Kate Eldridge (Vocals/Guitar), Dillan Lazzareschi (Drums), and Chris Costalupes (Bass) have evolved  their sound since landing on the scene back in 2009 with a demo.   The demo  ‘Big Eyes’ was a self named into to the band  that was honest and justified in its boasting rock vocals, edgy guitar grunge riffs, and a power drilled, driving rhythm section.  Leaving the world wanting to see what was to come from them in the near future.

The year 2011 brought the release of, "Hard Life" showcasing ten tracks  and coined by iTunes as alternative.

In 2013 the band released their most inventive work yet, "Almost Famous" which opens up with a pulsating mix of sounds, packing quite a wallop.

Postings on social media are growing regarding an upcoming show October 10th, in Williamsburg Music Hall which is currently sold out, featuring Night Birds and Dillinger Four as supporting acts.

Added to this year's achievements, the trio announced earlier this month online that they have been scheduled  to record in Brooklyn's Converse Rubber Tracks.  An opportunity gleaned from a competition involving over eighty bands from NY with the goal of having Converse offer free studio time to the chosen acts.

Following their sold out night in Williamsburg Music Hall, Big Eyes performs for an all-ages event at Saint Vitus in Brooklyn, pairing again with Dillinger Four and Night Birds on October 11th.

Then, it's recording time, for this trio.  You can check them out on their blog for more information and show dates.

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