25th April 2024 0 By Jon Deaux

For The Lovely Eggs being in a band is a way of life. It’s about art. It’s about creativity and expression. It’s about following your own path, doing things your own way and it’s about doing what you want. And it’s about taking the longest song you’ve written to date and releasing it as a single!


Lifted from the band’s forthcoming ‘Eggsistentialism’ album, which is released May 17th, new single ‘Nothing/Everything’ clocks in at just over seven minutes and is nothing short of The Lovely Eggs magnum opus about life. It’s gorgeously melodic, uplifting yet melancholic, and sparkling with psychedelic glitter.   


” explains singer Holly Ross. “There’s hope and despair, patience and frustration, the mundane and the extraordinary. There is a universal and eternal magic within the everyday world around us that needs to be recognized, especially when the chips are down. This song is simply what is. It’s not looking forward or back. It’s us now. It’s uplifting and it’s tragic.”

The song is complimented by a video created by contemporary visual artists Wood and Harrison, who are best known for their works of physical minimalist performance, exhibiting in Tate, MoMA, and Centre Pompidou.

“We are huge fans of Wood and Harrison,” says Holly. “As soon as we discovered their work, we felt an immediate connection with what they were doing and drew parallels between what they seemed to be expressing through their art with what we are trying to achieve through music. We had such a clear vision that they had to make the video for ‘Nothing/Everything’. We love their work and we’re so glad that they could be involved.”

“We are a duo; The lovely eggs are a duo. Two add two makes four apparently. That makes sense. We make everything ourselves; they make everything themselves.

But us making a video for a song they made sense. It’s a beautiful song,” state Wood and Harrison.

‘Nothing/Everything’ is released on April 26th as a limited edition 7” on yellow vinyl with more out-of-this-world artwork by illustrator Casey Raymond. The A-Side features the full 7-minute 02s second opus, while the flip features a single edit cut.

In true Lovely Eggs style, every 7” copy bought directly from the band’s website will include a limited-edition collectible mystery scratch card. What will you win? Nothing? Or Everything?

Pre-order the 7” vinyl HERE:

Designed by Dead Human and made in collaboration with artists Wood and Harrison, each scratch card will contain a hidden message alongside a secret code, the meaning of which will be revealed in the fullness of time! 

Once again, the album was recorded by the band at home in Lancaster with production work from Flaming Lips producer Dave Fridmann. They flew to America in December 2023 to mix the album in Fridmann’s studio in upstate New York and the results are without doubt the most expansive, mind-melting ten songs the band has delivered yet.


Operating in a world where true authenticity is hard to find, The Lovely Eggs is one of the most exciting, innovative, and genuine bands around. Welcome to their world. Welcome to Eggland.


‘Eggsistentialism’ track-listing:

Death Grip Kids 


Meeting Friends at Night 

People TV 

My Mood Wave 

I Don’t Fucking Know What I’m Gunna Do

Memory Man 


Echo You 

I am Gaia 


Written and Recorded by The Lovely Eggs

Produced by The Lovely Eggs and Dave Fridmann

Mixed by Dave Fridmann at Tarbox Road Studios, Cassadaga, N.Y.  Assistant Mix Engineer: Mike Fridmann.

Artwork by Casey Raymond


Pre-order ‘Eggsistentialism’ HERE:


Catch The Lovely Eggs live at the following dates in May

Tickets available HERE:


Thurs 23 St Lukes, Glasgow

Fri 24 La Belle Angele, Edinburgh

Sat 25 The Grove, Newcastle

Sun 26 The Brudenell Social Club, Leeds SOLD OUT

Mon 27 XOYO, Birmingham

Tues 28 Thekla, Bristol SOLD OUT

Weds 29 Chalk, Brighton

Thurs 30 Earth, London

Fri 31 Rescue Rooms, Nottingham SOLD OUT

Sat 1 June New Century, Manchester

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