See: The Eels Share Video For New Track Good Night On Earth

Eels have revealed the official music video for their new single ‘Good Night On Earth’, taken from their upcoming fourteenth studio album Extreme Witchcraft, due 28th January via PIAS and the band’s own E Works Records.

Directed by Steven Mertens (Sheryl Crow, Regina Spektor, Elohim/Wiz Khalifa), this nightmare vision sees an intergalactic clash of the titans. As EELS leader Mark Oliver Everett, aka E, is immortalised as an anchorman of Godzillian proportions, disaster strikes, the world burns, laser warfare ensues, and an evil lobster kaiju must be stopped.

E says:

“Just another newscaster Godzilla fighting a lobster from space video.”

Fuzzed up indie with E’s smokey bourbon of a voice singing positive vibes over the destruction played out in the video. Another magical 3 minutes from this mighty band.

Check it out, here

Find out more via the bands Website or Facebook

Pre order the album here

Extreme Witchcraft Tracklist

1. Amateur Hour

2. Good Night On Earth

3. Strawberries & Popcorn

4. Steam Engine

5. Grandfather Clock Strikes Twelve

6. Stumbling Bee

7. The Magic

8. Better Living Through Desperation

9. So Anyway 

10. What It Isn’t

11. Learning While I Lose

12. I Know You’re Right

EELS are also set for their upcoming Spring, 2022 Lockdown Hurricane tour of Europe and America, starting March 11 in Belfast;

Tickets are available here

Upcoming Tour Dates

Telegraph Building, Belfast, UK — March 11

Olympia Theatre, Dublin, Ireland — March 12

Roundhouse, London, UK — March 14

Albert Hall, Manchester, UK — March 15

Barrowland, Glasgow, UK — March 16

Rock City, Nottingham, UK — March 17

02 Guildhall, Southampton, UK — March 18

Zenith, Munich, Germany — March 21

Palladium, Cologne, Germany — March 22

Edel-Optics Arena, Hamburg, Germany — March 23

Verti Music Hall, Berlin, Germany — March 25

Salle Pleyel, Paris, France – March 28

Les Docks, Lausanne, Switzerland — March 30

Hall 622, Zurich, Switzerland — March 31

Live Club, Trezzo sull’Adda, Milan, Italy — April 1

Estragon, Bologna, Italy — April 2

Akvarium Klub, Budapest, Hungary — April 4

Gasometer, Vienna, Austria — April 5

Forest National, Brussels, Belgium — April 7

AFAS Live, Amsterdam, Netherlands — April 8

Belly Up, San Diego, CA — May 8

Fonda Theatre, Los Angeles, CA — May 9

The UC Theatre, Berkeley, CA — May 10

The Neptune Theatre, Seattle, WA — May 12

Revolution Hall, Portland, OR — May 13

Metro Music Bar, Salt Lake City, UT — May 15

Boulder Theater, Boulder, CO — May 16

Liberty Hall, Lawrence, KS — May 18

First Avenue, Minneapolis, MN — May 19

Metro, Chicago, IL — May 20

Carnegie of Homestead Music Hall, Munhall (Pittsburgh), PA — May 21

Paradise Rock Club, Boston, MA — May 22

Webster Hall, New York, NY — May 24

The Fillmore, Silver Spring, MD — May 25

Keswick Theatre, Glenside (Philadelphia), PA — May 26

Cat’s Cradle, Carrboro, NC — May 27

Variety Playhouse, Atlanta, GA — May 28

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