Huw Eddy & the Carnival play Leeds next week and announce new EP

Relentlessly building momentum to bring their pulsating parade to the masses, the indie folk collective Huw Eddy & The Carnival return with their five track EP Malflourished, discussing the struggles of young adult life after a lifetime of education.

Influenced by the likes of Father John Misty, Nathanial Rateliff and the Night Sweats and The Water Boys, Huw Eddy & The Carnival have created a collection of songs that deal with the issues of young adult life, emphasising the sheer drop from the structure of being in a lifetime of education, to the overwhelming idea of an adult future. Although the group feel “our future seems to be decided for us”, the aim with the EP is to put a smile on listeners faces and force everyone to dance away their problems.

Having played Boomtown, Beautiful Days and Car Fest, Huw Eddy & The Carnival spent 2018 driving audiences all over the UK and Europe to throw down their drinks and inhibitions to enter into the moment like never before. In support of their debut EP, the collective will be touring the UK with tour dates below.

With Malflourished taking you on a journey from styles similar to Mumford and Sons, to an upbeat groovy guitar riff, ending with a folky melody, the debut release proves Huw Eddy & The Carnival are a force to be reckoned with. The band perform at the Hyde Park Book Club in Leeds on October 20th.