Named after the celebrated designers Charles and Ray Eames, the Eames Era are a band I discovered when uncovering the origins of the Generationals. I don't know how impactful they were before they decided to disband, but this album is freakishly good.
If you're in dire need of addressing your "pop" tooth, I highly recommend this album. A number of tracks are incredibly clever, like the song Watson on Your Side.
I've been slowly putting together a short list of tracks featuring female leads for an upcoming podcast and I kinda had the band pop into my head.
I haven't gotten around to actually owning this album in my personal collection, but intend to remedy that in the near future. I need to confirm if this was ever pressed on vinyl first tho'.
Stand out tracks:
- the eames era – Little Brother
- the eames era – Fake Do-Gooders
- the eames era – Benjamin
- the eames era – Watson on Your Side
Artists: The Eames Era
Album: Heros Sheroes