Post 80’s synth rock trio The Eiffels debut new single ‘I Did It Now’

By on February 17, 2015
The Eiffels

The Musebox today announced that The Eiffels will continue their recent movement towards mainstream success with the release of their new synth-rock single “I Did It Now.” With a debut EP this spring and a cross-continental tour of the U.S. in April, The Eiffels are set to make a mark on the American indie rock scene. Landing somewhere between Phoenix and The Killers, but with broader influences that include 80’s pop, classic rock, and punk, The Eiffels worked with producer Ethan Kaufmann (Wild Party) and Will Brierre (The Killers, Neon Trees, Walk The Moon, Imagine Dragons) on their self-titled debut. More information on The Eiffels is available on the band’s official website.


Featuring spirited lyrics and captivating hooks that are beginning to set them apart from other indie acts, The Eiffels have already begun getting more attention than most brand new bands.

San Diego’s alternative rock station, 91X, took notice of the band’s infectious sound and quickly spotlighted two of their upcoming singles, “I Did It Now,” and “More.” The Eiffels were soon asked by legendary rock venue The Casbah to open for burgeoning Coachella performers, White Arrows.


The Los Angeles-based 3-piece is comprised of Sean Ulbs (vocals, guitar), Benjamin Sturley (bass) (Beware of Darkness), and Lee Stuart (drums). With a sound that is undoubtedly ripe for the full embrace of radio, The Eiffels are busy preparing for their U.S. tour and are already back in the studio working on their next EP.



For more info on The Eiffels, visit the band’s social media: OFFICIAL SITE  | FACEBOOK | VINE  | INSTAGRAM


Author: DaveHHM

Dave Luttrull: Owner/Editor in Chief of Hellhound Music. Star Wars nerd, Gamer, Destiny homer, blogger, writer and lover of all things music.