Ebbb Announce Debut EP, All At Once, Share Lead Single

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Ebbb, the mysterious London trio, have finally come out of hiding to announce their long-awaited debut EP ‘All At Once’, available June 14th on Ninja Tune. In addition to the EP release, the band shared their first official single ‘Himmel’ / ‘Swarm’.

The band’s debut EP is comprised of five tracks and signifies their initial release under the Ninja Tune label. Renowned for housing innovative artists such as Young Fathers, Black Country, New Road, and yeule, Ninja Tune is an ideal platform for Ebbb’s unique, boundary-pushing sound. 

The band, consisting of producer Lev Ceylan, vocalist Will Rowland, and drummer Scott MacDonald, has created a legendary reputation on London’s underground live scene without even releasing a single song. Their performances have been compared to “an almost religious experience” by So Young Magazine, thanks to Ceylan’s captivating production, Rowland’s impressive vocals, and MacDonald’s powerful drumming. This unique combination has made the band a standout sensation of 2023. 

Following performances supporting Mary In The Junkyard, PVA, Folly Group, and Scaler, Ebbb have announced that they will be playing Brighton’s The Great Escape in May. They will then open for The Smile in Switzerland, with festival performances in the UK and Europe, including End of The Road, Dot 2 Dot, and Left of The Dial. 

Ebbb Tour Dates

  • May 12th | Leeds, UK – In Colour Festival
  • May 16th | Brighton, UK – The Great Escape
  • May 24th | London, UK – Oslo Hackney (Dot 2 Dot Festival Pre-Party)
  • May 25th | Bristol, UK – Dot 2 Dot Festival
  • May 26th | Nottingham, UK – Dot 2 Dot Festival
  • June 15th | Ipswich, UK – Brighten The Corners Festival
  • July 19th | Nijmegen, NL – Valkhof Festival
  • July 26th | Suffolk, UK – Latitude Festival
  • July 27th | Oxford, UK – Truck Festival
  • July 27th | London, UK – Strange Overtones Festival
  • August 16th | Winterthurer, CH – Winterthurer Musikfestwochen *
  • August 30th | Brighton, UK – Brighton Psych Festival
  • August 31st | Manchester, UK – Manchester Psych Festival
  • September 1st | Dorset, UK – End of The Road Festival
  • September 19th | Edinburgh, UK – Cave Wave at the Caves **
  • September 21st | Birkenhead, UK – Future Wave at Future Yard **
  • September 28th | Sheffield, UK – Float Along Festival
  • October 17th | Rotterdam, NL – Left of The Dial Festival
  • November 1st | Brussels, BE – Les Nuits Weekender

* = with The Smile
** = with Scaler + PVA

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Katie Macbeth

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Katie Macbeth is a freelance music journalist for Indie Is Not A Genre based out of Manchester, presenter of @drunktankthink, and post punk enthusiast.

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