NEW MUSIC: Eaglemont bares all in new cathodic single, ‘Hound’ + announces national support slot with Ceres + Melbourne single launch

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Eaglemont bares all in new cathodic single, ‘Hound’

+ announces national support slot with Ceres

+ Melbourne single launch

Melbourne jangle rock project, Eaglemont, is the brainchild of Bridgitte Jessop, who’s back and baring all in her angsty new rumbler, ‘Hound’, due for release Friday 3 May.

It’s been a year and a half since Eaglemont cut her teeth on Melbourne’s live scene with the release of her debut 7″ ‘Mediocre at Best/Uppercut’, plus two sold-out shows at Melbourne’s Gasometer Hotel in 2018. Eaglemont has crafted an insatiable brand of indie rock that delivers hooky guitar lines with emotionally intelligent and introspective lyricism. Eaglemont invites listeners into her corner of the world relating to audiences through stories of love, friendship and identity.

‘Hound’ reflects on mental health and the desire to protect your loved ones from your shortcomings. Brandishing a velvety tone with crashing drum beats, Jessop’s distinct vocals are reminiscent of an androgynous tone. Producer, James Seymour (Merpire, FEELDS), worked closely with Eaglemont on the single, backed by the powerhouse that is Eaglemont’s live band. With music and lyrics written by Eaglemont herself, the compelling lyrics remind us all to respect that everyone has their own race to run.

*Please note language warning in this song*

“The song represents the potential desperation of not wanting to burden the people around you with the need for help or the admittance of personal dysfunction. The overarching theme of “Hound” though, is to always seek help when required, to support the people in your immediacy and to be kind as a general rule.” – Bridgitte Jessop

Beginning her musical career at age 5, Eaglemont was trained classically in violin before moving onto acoustic guitar inspired by artists, Missy Higgins and City and Colour. Early songs, ‘Texas’ and ‘Swept Away’ feature an acoustic sound whereas Eaglemont’s newer releases feature the fuzz of an electric guitar.  Translating her classical violinist teachings to self-taught acoustic guitar, Eaglemont began penning songs in the hopes of articulating the unique challenges of growing up and constantly relocating. Eaglemont to most is a leafy suburb situated in Melbourne’s inner north, but to Eaglmont, it is a symbol for home regardless of geographical realities.

Now, an undeniable up and coming talent commanding attention, who magnetically draws you in with the relatability in her songwriting, and in her live sets, don’t miss your chance to see Eaglemont perform during May when she supports Ceres live nationally or at her Melbourne launch for ‘Hound’ at Melbourne’s Old Bar.

Friday 14 June – The Old Bar, Melbourne Vic
Supports: TBA
Doors: 7.30pm
Tickets: $10 presale, $15 on the door via

Friday 17th May – The Corner Hotel, Melbourne
Saturday 18th May – Hobart Brewing Co, Hobart
Friday 24th May – Oxford Art Factory, Sydney
Saturday 25th May – The Zoo, Brisbane
Friday 31st May – Crown And Anchor, Adelaide
Saturday 1st June – The Sewing Room, Perth

‘Hound’ is out Friday 3 May via
Bandcamp // Apple Music // Spotify

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