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Ger Eaton “Three By Ger Eaton” (EP) – sparkling chamber pop from Irish multi-instrumentalist

October 18, 2021

Dimple Discs (who recently brought you Cathal Coughlan, Keeley, Sack, Dragon Welding and more) are thrilled to announce the addition of revered Irish composer/musician Ger Eaton (pronounced Jair) to their family of artists. A multi-Instrumentalist, Songwriter, Hair Stylist and Retro-70s Aficionado, this iconic and stylish gentleman is most recently known as keyboardist/guitarist for Dublin alt-rock heroes The Pale. Indeed, Ger has been a mainstay of the Irish music scene for many years as a member of Premonition (EMI), Las Vegas Basement (Columbia), Les Marionettes, PugwashThe Carnival Brothers and many solo and collaborative recordings. Throughout this time he also recorded and toured extensively with, among others, Mundy, Duke Special, Jack L and Fionn Regan, playing everywhere from Glastonbury Festival to the ‘Later With Jools Holland’ TV Show.

‘Three By Ger Eaton’ features the two self-released singles from 2020/21 – “I Thought I’d A Friend” and “Hollow” – that have found tremendous support from national radio programmers in his native Ireland, and bundles them with a brand new song “The Time It Takes To Fall”. The song is supported by a video shot in real time, which forms part of a thematic trilogy filmed in this style.

“A beautiful slice of Scott Walker-esque pop” – Mike Scott (The Waterboys)

“Hollow could be one of those ‘undiscovered’ Beach Boys tracks that seem to surface every 6 months or so, trust me here, this song is going to make your day” – Pat Carty (Hot Press)

“Hollow takes you to a very special place…there’s shades of Jimmy Webb, a taste of Prefab Sprout, but still distinctively Ger Eaton, a beautiful piece of music” – Martin Bridgeman (KCLR Radio)

“Hollow is beautiful…The world will be hearing a lot more from him” – Fiachna Ó Braonáin (RTE Radio1)



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