The Eaves are a rock band from Buffalo, NY consisting of childhood friends Adam Clukey, Chris Couche, and Maurice Halliday. Their sound can be enigmatic, however notable hallmarks include melodic guitars, a driving rhythm section, and emotive baritone vocals, conjuring visceral and sonic similarities to bands like The Hold Steady, The National, The Replacements, The Killers, and R.E.M.
They have shared the stage with the likes of The Joy Formidable, The Lawrence Arms, Ben Nichols (Lucero), Single Mothers, Matt Mays, and Highly Suspect.
Their debut record “Learning to Live in the Dark” was produced by Grammy-winning producer Ted Hutt (The Gaslight Anthem, Lucero, Dropkick Murphys) and released in late 2018.
Their new album, ‘Lately, I Don’t Have a God… and Other Obvious Epiphanies’ was recorded with Jay Zubricky (Taking Back Sunday, Save Face, Super American) and features additional production from the Goo Goo Dolls’ Robby Takac on the singles “Not in Love” and “Untethered.” Also appearing on the record is Kyle Resnick (touring horn player for The National; featured on Taylor Swift’s Grammy-winning album ‘Folklore’) who plays horns on “It’ll Be Okay”, “Craigy V. the Screw”, and “Idle Hands (Wasted Nights).” The LP is slated for release on November 4, 2022.
Of the latest single and upcoming album, The Eaves’ Chris Couche says “’It’ll Be Okay’ was the last song we wrote for the record. The album as a whole, despite its base intention to convey hopefulness persevering over cynicism, had felt like it was still missing something undeniably hopeful. ‘It’ll Be Okay’ is meant to be that earnest, reassuring catharsis – direct, unashamed, and unadulterated.”