EAT YOUR HEART OUT release new track ‘Spinning’

April 14, 2019

EAT YOUR HEART OUT release new track ‘Spinning’

Track listing and artwork for debut album ‘Florescence’ also revealed:  Pre-order

Set for release 17 May via Fearless Records

Eat Your Heart Out recently revealed that their debut album ‘Florescence’ will be released via Fearless Records on 17 May. The track listing for the record has also now been announced, alongside the artwork for the album. On top of all that, the Australian band have released another new track from the record – ‘Spinning’. Vocalist Caitlin Henry says ‘Spinning’ “is about dealing with mood swings in someone close to you, and how their emotions can be unpredictable and leave you feeling dizzy from the rapid changes. You want to help them stabilise and get to a better place in their head but sometimes you just have to go along for the ride first.”

The track follows on from the album’s first single ‘Carousel’, for which the carnival-inspired music video was released just the other week. Much of ‘Florescence’ addresses emotional quandaries and the growth that comes along with them. “I felt like I grew up a lot in the last year, in an emotional sense, and I learned how to deal with these kind of experiences in new ways,” says Caitlin. The word ‘florescence’ refers to the act of flowering or blooming and directly relates back to the experiences that informed the record and Caitlin’s own personal journey.

Eat Your Heart Out meld aspects of grunge with an emo energy, punk power, and pop prowess to create catchy yet meaningful songs with soaring, singalong choruses. 


  1. Carousel
  2. Spinning
  3. Daydream
  4. Heavy With Envy
  5. Constellations
  6. Closer To The Sun
  7. Blinded
  8. Same Stars
  9. Nowhere
  10. Pear Tree
  11. Cold Hands 


Caitlin Henry [vocals]  | Andrew Anderson [guitar]  | Will Moore [guitar]

Dom Cant [bass]  | Jake Cronin [drums]



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