Wed 22nd June – Sun 26th June 2011
Worthy Farm, Pilton
Eels, led by Mark Oliver Everett (or E), are prone to exploring the darker side of life. Formed in 1995 the band initially found fame with the track Novocaine For The Soul.
A series of family tragedies inspired the second album Electro Shock Blues, and the most recent work has been a trilogy of albums on the themes of desire, loss, and redemption. Serious stuff…
That's Not Really Funny
My Beloved Monster
Talkin 'Bout Knuckles
Novocaine for the Soul
That Look You Give That Guy
Hot Fun in the Summertime
Souljacker, Part I
I Like Birds
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