Why waste time describing Eye Emma Jedi when they do it best? “We love playing energetic, catchy & progressive indierock with a splash of pop!”  Told ya.  The London quintet have released a handful of singles since 2010, but whether any of these have been put out in an EP yet is a mystery to me.  Sins and Wounded Eyes, the band’s two newest tracks (which you can download for free on their website), are lighthearted affairs that don’t skimp out on engaging lyrics or tight deliveries.  The vocals sporadically change momentum and the guitars switch from fierce to bubbly in a split second.  Just do your best to keep up.

Best Tracks:



Wounded Eyes


When & Where:

This is that exhilarating jump off a cliff, skydiving or go vine-swinging with monkeys kind of music.

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