London by way of New Zealand newcomer October and the Eyes shares new single “All My Love”, announces EP

October and the Eyes is about as fresh as it gets in this slow motion year. The New Zealander moved to London following her passions, and it wasn’t long before her friend Yves Tumor introduced her to new home label: KRO Records.

Now, she’s poised to release her debut EP, Dogs and Gods, come November 20th. In preperation for that long-sought moment, she’s released a new single, “All My Love.”

Speaking wryly of the track, October says, “‘My Love’ is unfortunately a love song – something I told myself I would never write yet here I am. But it’s not all sweet. In fact, I would call it more of a lust song. It’s about being in love but lusting for something more. It’s about desire, greed, and infatuation with a stranger.

Her sound isn’t one altogether easy to nail down, self-described as “collage-rock” (yes, you read that right, no, not college rock), drawing inspiration from the likes of David Bowie and Bauhaus, filtered through electronics to result in something unique. Check out the song and its eerie video below.

October and the Eyes’ debut EP, Dogs and Gods, arrives November 20 on KRO Records. You can follow her on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.

Dogs and Gods:

  1. Playing God
  2. All My Love
  3. Wander Girl
  4. You Deserve It
  5. The Unraveling
  6. Dark Dog