Eatliz to rock J’lem’s Bass Club

Joining the acclaimed indie band will be Jerusalem-based foursome Yom Sheni Ha’aharon Shel October.

February 1, 2010 21:01
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Eatliz 311. (photo credit: PR)


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As they prepare to embark on a European tour come spring, alternative rock band Eatliz will perform at Jerusalem’s Bass club this Saturday. The band, led by feisty vocalist Lee Triffon and comprised of some of the most talented musicians working in Israel today – among them popular singer-songwriter Amit Erez – has garnered much acclaim since releasing its debut album, Violently Delicate.

Though Eatliz’s music does not adhere to any one genre, its heavy guitars, Middle Eastern-tinged rock ’n’ roll beats and pop-influenced vocals have produced such radio hits as “Attractive,” winning them a following in Israel and abroad.

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Eatliz recently followed up their debut with a new EP, Delicately Violent. The band’s music can be downloaded through their mailing list. More details at

Joining Eatliz will be Jerusalem-based foursome Yom Sheni Ha’aharon Shel October, whose witty lyrics and primal grunge-rock sound have generated comparisons to giants such as the Pixies and Interpol. They have just released Yoffi, an exciting debut album.

Eatliz and Yom Sheni Ha’aharon Shel October will play a double feature at the Bass Club in Jerusalem on February 6.

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