New Album from The Eyebrows VOLUME

Out now... available everywhere!

Available on Vinyl, CD and digital download.

Recorded and mixed by Mitch Easter. Mastered by Greg Calbi.

Available on Friday, August 31, 2018.

Press for The Eyebrows album VOLUME

To Be Released on August 31, 2018.

“…it fills a longtime industry void where such efforts have been all but missing for too long now, it’s some of the best 2018 has so far produced.” – Mindy McCall, No Depression

“The 10-track Volume was produced by North Carolina legend Mitch Easter (R.E.M., Pavement, Helium), and it displays a pretty comprehensive knowledge of the indie/college/whatever rock that’s come before it. “Avocado” is one of the standouts, and it finally answers the age-old question about what it would it sound like if the Pixies and King Missile (kids, ask your great-grandparents) jammed in the B-52s’ garage.”Magnet Magazine

“The Big Takeover premieres “Suicide Love”, a dreamier cut off the LP that flows with lush, bittersweet regret. Plush, spiraling guitar lines, rich synths, and scintillating cymbals crash wash over Garrigan’s drawn out vocal exclamations.”The Big Takeover

“…writing “Volume” was more of an escape than an act of catharsis.” ; “Most of the songs on “Volume” do swing with a Cars-meets-B-52s-meets-Matthew Sweet kind of quirkiness. Famed N.C. producer Mitch Easter’s production adds a welcome layer of weirdness to the mix at times, whether it’s on Garrigan’s reverb-heavy vocals on “Avocado” or the shoegaze haze of “Suicide Love.”The Charlotte Observer, Courtney Devores

“The Charlotte trio has completed their latest album Volume, ten punchy and emotional tunes that recall the snarky smarts and wiry grooves of new wave performers like Nick Lowe and Athens, Georgia’s Pylon.”Creative Loafing Charlotte, Pat Moran

“If you seem to always be on a search for bands who come across sounding inspired and real, you’re almost certain to get a major kick out of Volume. Played with true passion and style, these are songs that will inspire a whole new generation of underground pop/rock fanatics. Kickass cuts include “Red Dress,” “Not the Same,” “She Can’t Stand Me,” and “Tonight’s Your Night.” Recommended. Top pick.”Baby Sue

“There’s a deliberately uncomfortable, edgy vibe to the Eyebrows’ songs that will likely make the listener of a certain age think of the B-52’s (the silly, unhinged “Avocado”) crossed with Robert Fripp’s League of Gentlemen. Unlike the happy-face pose struck by far too many powerpop acts, this group has a slightly (but not too) menacing undertone to their musical approach. The lyrics hold up to scrutiny (they’re even printed on the inner sleeve!) and the trio rocks.”MusoScribe, Bill Kopp

“Volume, the debut release from Charlotte, NC trio The Eyebrows just might be one of the best albums released this year. From start to finish Volume drips with attitude, passion and swagger”Step Inside This House

“Frontman Jay Garrigan has a strong set of pipes on him, and the music isn’t anything to sneeze at either, and finds itself somewhere between syrupy sweetness of Cheap Trick and the rugged alt-rock of Pixies.” New Noise, Tom Haugen

Volume demonstrates The Eyebrows’ eclectic approach, eschewing a singular sound for a combination of styles rife with yummy retro flavors. This is an excellent album worth listening to over and over.” – Blog Critics, Randall Radic (published several other places via syndication…) 

“THE EYEBROWS/Volume: Producer Mitch Easter dusts off the controls and takes this band back to the days when alt sounded vaguely like Byrds. In that pre-grunge element before angst ruled the roost, jangly guitars showed they never went out of style. When paired with edgy lyrics and the proper attitude, the mix reminds you what it is to be young. That’s the heady brew on tap here.” – Midwest Record

“The Eyebrows aren’t just some weird surfy band, they can really turn up the volume. The chorus has a dirty hard-rock sound that shows the band can you hit you on multiple
fronts.”
Surviving the Golden Age

“Charlotte’s The Eyebrows announced their debut EP Volume available August 31 and delivered the single of dangerous entanglements with the grandiose Suicide Love” – Week in Pop

“‘Volume’ is a testament to creativity, experimentation, great lyrics and a distinctly cool voice (courtesy of Jay Garrigan). They take just as much influence from a band like the Pixies as they do from the great Southeast bands of the ‘80s (everyone from R.E.M. at their quirkiest to the dB’s). All crammed through their own distinctive musical filter. – Innocent Words Magazine & Records

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