EELS share the official music video for ‘Today Is The Day’- Watch Now!

EELS Announce new album, single and tour dates

EELS have today unveiled the official video to new track ‘Today Is The Day’, taken from the highly-anticipated new album The Deconstruction, out April 6th on E Works/[PIAS] and to be released digitally, on CD, 2 x 10” LP, and on Limited Edition Deluxe 2 x 12” LP Box Set.

Directed by Gus Black, the video stars Mike Mitchell of Netflix’s LOVE on a journey of intense purpose. But where is he going? What’s driving his extreme focus and joyous resolve to seize the day? Find out in this video accompaniment to one of EELS’ most uplifting songs to date.

Recorded at The Compound, Los Feliz, and The Pie, Pasadena, California, the new album was performed by E, Koool G Murder and P-Boo, with The Deconstruction Orchestra & Choir and produced by frontman, E, as well as Mickey Petralia (marking his first time in an EELS production chair since the band’s second album Electro-Shock Blues in 1998).

Check out the video for ‘Today Is The Day’ – BELOW:

E says of the new album; “Here are 15 new EELS tracks that may or may not inspire, rock, or not rock you. The world is going nuts. But if you look for it, there is still great beauty to be found. Sometimes you don’t even have to look for it. Other times you have to try to make it yourself. And then there are times you have to tear something apart to find something beautiful inside.”

As well as releasing new music, the band are set to embark on a string of UK headline shows in July, which includes London’s O2 Brixton Academy.



28th – USA, Pomona, The Glass House

30th – USA, Los Angeles, Fonda Theatre

31st – USA, San Francisco, The Fillmore


1st – USA, Portland, Crystal Ballroom

2nd – USA, Seattle, The Showbox

5th – USA, Minneapolis, First Avenue

6th – USA, Chicago, Thalia Hall

8th – USA, Boston, House of Blues

9th – USA, Brooklyn, Brooklyn Steel

10th – USA, Philadelphia, Union Transfer

11th – USA, Washington, Lincoln Theatre

17th – Germany, Mannheim, Maifeld Derby

18th – Netherlands, Utrecht, Tivoli Vredenburg

19th – Netherlands, Utrecht, Tivoli Vredenburg

21st – Netherlands, Amsterdam, Paradiso

23rd – Italy, Cesena, Acieloaperto, Rocca Malatestiana

25th – Germany, Munich, Tonhalle

26th – Germany, Cologne, E-Werk

28th – Germany, Berlin, Tempodrom

29th – Germany, Hamburg, Grosse Freiheit
30th – Luxembourg, Luxembourg, Siren’s Call


2nd – UK, London, O2 Academy Brixton

3rd – UK, Manchester, Manchester Academy

4th – UK, Glasgow, O2 Academy

6th – Ireland, Dublin, Iveagh Gardens

8th – Belgium, Werchter, Rock Werchter

9th – France, Paris, Olympia

11th – Spain, Barcelona, BARTS

12th – Spain, Madrid, Mad Cool Festival

13th – Portugal, Lisbon, NOS Alive Festival
16th – Austria, Feldkirch, Poolbar Festival

17th – Austria, Vienna, Arena

20th – Switzerland, Lucerne, Blue Balls Festival


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The Deconstruction

Bone Dry

The Quandary


Rusty Pipes

The Epiphany

Today Is The Day

Sweet Scorched Earth

Coming Back

Be Hurt

You Are The Shining Light

There I Said It

Archie Goodnight

The Unanswerable

In Our Cathedral

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