Watch: itoldyouiwouldeatyou announce new EP ‘Get Terrified’

itoldyouiwouldeatyou announce new EP ‘Get Terrified’

They’ve also shared a video for the title track!

After releasing their EP ‘I Am Not Your Fault’ and returning in October with the track ‘Mourn’, itoldyouiwouldeatyou are back with details of a new EP.

‘Get Terrified’ is coming out on 20th April through Alcopop! Records and Failure By Design Records. It’s set to be a further delve into the band’s knack for finding balance within their own music, bringing together everything from punk and emo to math and noise rock. They’re also set to explore the lack of separation of the personal and political, drawing on their own experiences. 

They’ve also shared a video for the title track, and it’s a witty pastiche of 80s high school America that’s beendirected by Chevy Blazer and produced by Clumsy Bodies. Vocalist Joey Ashworth said of the concept: “We filmed the video around New Cross, where Ollie and I live. We filmed most of the dance scenes at New Cross House, a pub we generally use when we don’t have wifi. They were really lovely and helped us out at the last minute when our previous choice of venue dropped out! The exteriors were shot outside the Goldsmiths chapel space. I don’t think we had permission so we did those pretty quickly”. 

itoldyouiwouldeatyou have a few live dates coming up in March and April too! As well as a couple of headline dates, they’re also playing at Washed Out Fest in Brighton and a show with Daphne and Celeste and London’s Boston Music Rooms. 

Watch the video for ‘Get Terrified’ and see itoldyouiwouldeatyou’s upcoming tour dates below. 

MARCH
17 Aldershot, Westy
27 London, Boston Music Rooms (w/ Daphne and Celeste)

APRIL
13 Brighton, Washed Out Fest
14 Leicester, The Y Theatre (Kermes release all-dayer)
28 Exeter, Cavern

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