Eytan and The Embassy

Eytan and The Embassy

 New York City, New York, USA
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Brooklyn's Eytan and The Embassy make infectious indie piano pop that has been shared by media outlets and celebrities like Ryan Seacrest, Deadmau5, Neil Patrick Harris, OK Go, Weird Al, Huffington Post, CNN, Maxim, MTV Buzzworthy, NY Magazine, and The Wall Street Journal.

Biography

"Vaguely reminiscent of Ben Folds with a tinge of Mark Ronson's signature '60s Phil Spector sound, Eytan and his four-piece band are at the brink of household-name fame." —MTV Buzzworthy

"It's a video everyone from Neil Patrick Harris to deadmau5 is raving about: One take, 18 costume changes and one very catchy song." —Huffington Post

"Just saw a most creative and inspiring music video. Love it! Gotta watch." — Neil Patrick Harris via Twitter

"ahhh great vid Eytan and The Embassy" — Deadmau5 via Twitter

"Eytan and The Embassy transforms into Lady Gaga, Elvis Presley, and a dozen other singers in "Everything Changes." -- On Air With Ryan Seacrest via Twitter

Awesome new single-take video... setting a world record for most costume changes." —OK Go via Twitter

Brooklyn's Eytan and The Embassy make infectious indie piano pop. The group's 2012 music video for "Everything Changes" has close to 600,000 YouTube views and was shared by major media outlets and celebrities including Ryan Seacrest, Deadmau5, Neil Patrick Harris, OK Go, Weird Al Yankovic, Huffington Post, CNN, Maxim, MTV Buzzworthy, NY Magazine, and the Wall Street Journal. The video also went into rotation on mtvU and charted on the FMQB Submodern Top 25.

The band’s buoyant live shows won them slots on Summerfest and Isle of Wight lineups, as well as tours / shows with OK Go, The Hold Steady, Hot Chelle Rae, and Old 97s. MTV also picked the band to star in several commercials for the 2010 MTV Movie Awards, all featuring original songs.

Discography

- Album "Everything Changes" (Will be released on 10/9/12)
- Single "Everything Changes" (June 2012)
- The Perfect Breakup (2011)

All music on Spotify, iTunes, Amazon, Jango amongst others.

Set List