Eulogies (band)

Eulogies (band)

Infobox Musical artist
Name = Eulogies

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Origin = Los Angeles, California
Genre = Indie rock
Indie pop
Years_active = 2007 – present
Label = Dangerbird Records
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URL = [ Official site]
Current_members = Peter Walker Chris Reynolds Tim Hutton
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Eulogies is an American rock band based in Los Angeles, California. The line-up consists of Peter Walker on guitar and vocals, Tim Hutton on bass, and Chris Reynolds on drums.

Tim Hutton and Chris Reynolds originally began playing with Peter Walker under the aegis of his solo work. After touring the US extensively in 2006, the trio was reborn under the name Eulogies. They are signed to Los Angeles indie label Dangerbird Records, through which they released their self-titled debut album on September 11, 2007. The album was co-produced by fellow Dangerbird labelmate Hrishikesh Hirway (The One A.M. Radio). Eulogies toured North America in support of that album in summer 2007 with Sea Wolf and in fall 2007 with Film School.

A sophomore album, entitled "Here Anonymous", is slated for a spring 2009 release [ [ Eulogies: Tempted to Do Nothing EP / Dangerbird Records Info] ] , and is preceded by the EP "Tempted to Do Nothing" on October 7, 2008.



* "Eulogies" (September 11, 2007)
* "Here Anonymous" (TBA spring 2009)


* Sea Wolf & Eulogies split 7" single (2007, Dangerbird Records)
# "You're a Wolf" (Sea Wolf)
# "If I Knew You" (Eulogies)

* "Tempted to Do Nothing" EP (October 7, 2008, Dangerbird Records)
# "Bad Connection"
# "Is There Anyone Here?"
# "Tempted to Do Nothing"
# "Two Can Play" (featuring vocals by Nikki Monninger of Silversun Pickups)


* Their song "One Man" was played in episode 10 ("The Devil's Threesome") of the American television drama "Californication". [ [ Showtime: Showtime Californication - Past Episodes ] ]

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* [ "One Man" music video on YouTube]



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