EEVAH began 2019 in the form of a classic, electro pop duo, weaving Richard McNamara’s etherial guitars and Nicole Hope Smith’s pop hooks around junk shop synths and a dusty old drum machine. This gained support from BBC Introducing and they began honing their live show with gigs across the UK. Things came crashing to a halt however, with the arrival of Covid-19; gigs were cancelled and festivals were put on hold. Not a band to shy away from a challenge however, they threw themselves into live streaming shows, partnering with venues and radio stations to mutually support each other through the madness. Engagement has been building fiercely with a loyal and supportive fanbase and now boasts over 100,000 views for shows during the lockdown period. Their latest single ‘Call Me When You’re Sober’ and accompanying promo video, released on April 3rd, is a homage to the eighties; the sound of Ferris Bueller lovingly beating you back to the future, with a keytar.