The fusion of musical influences including ‘reggae, indie and classic Celtic traditionalism’ that inspire East London troubadour Theo Bard is never clearer than on ‘Evil Eyes’ his brightest exploration and his best yet, taken from his forthcoming EP ‘You Give’.
‘Evil Eyes’ is a song for today, one that describes an out-dated system struggling to reform in-line with the current ideas of today. In a search for the winter sun while seeing light in the sky, the song is an avowal of choosing positive values over negative ones. These ideas all frame the central message of ‘Evil Eyes’, delivered through the chorus: following dreams in the face of adversity.
Theo’s band are made up of prestigious talent: Tansay Omar (Bjork, Boy George) on drums, Harry Deacon from Kid Wave on bass, and Max Baillie (Tinie Tempah) on violin. They can all be caught live at Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen on October 15th in celebration of the release of the You Give EP.
Also check his his Woodburner events a great musical event that has grown over the years to 400 revellers a week to the Dalston Eastern Curve Garden. For more information on Woodburner visit woodburnermusic.co.uk