The Eyebrows release debut songs with producer Mitch Easter and mastering engineer Greg Calbi

The Eyebrows, a rock band from Charlotte, NC, will digitally release their first two debut songs on Tuesday, June 28. Please save the date to download these songs and help them make a dent in the iTunes charts.

The Eyebrows spent eight days in the recording studio with legendary producer Mitch Easter (REM, Pylon, Pavement, Squirrel Nut Zippers) tracking and mixing ten songs for the forthcoming album at Fidelitorium Recordings. Two of these songs, It Comes Down Hard and The Sun, were mastered by Greg Calbi (Bob Dylan, John Lennon, Paul Simon) at Sterling Sound. The Eyebrows desire to release these songs now digitally as their 7″ vinyl with the same songs won’t be available until later this year.

While The Eyebrows are a new band, their members have multiple releases and international touring under their belts. The band consists of long-time pals Jay Garrigan (vocals, guitar) and Shawn Lynch (“drummist”, vocals) along with cohort Jon Lock (bass). Jay and Shawn are also members of Temperance League (keys/bass and guitar, respectively), and have been playing together in various rock bands since 2000. Jay met Jon in 2015 as they were asked to be house musicians for a local benefit gig, and clicked soon after Jon realized “Jay’s songs don’t suck.” 

Starting Tuesday, June 28, please look up The Eyebrows on iTunes, Spotify or wherever you like to download and/or stream music. They need your help in getting on the iTunes charts, and it doesn’t take many purchases or plays to do this on release day. Please spread the word to you friends and pals, and be a part of The Eyebrows story.

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