On this week’s episode of The London Ear, I caught up with Francis Watters aka Future West and also Sean from The Eskies.

I also announced the winners of the two sets of tickets to see The Eskies in the Borderline on March 8th.. They’re revealed below.

Interview with Future West

Future West promo shot for his single 'Human'. He's wearing a vertically striped round neck shirt and holding fairy lights.
Future West

I was delighted to chat to Francis Watters aka Future West today on the show. Over the past year or so, Future West has been honing their craft. The first result of this work is ‘Human’.

Francis is originally from Dundalk and has been living here in the UK. I have to thank him for being so open about his growth as a musician and a producer.

You can catch up with Future West online on Facebook and Instagram.

Watch the video for ‘Human’



Interview with Sean from The Eskies

The Eskies
The Eskies

The Eskies are going on tour again. They honestly must be the hardest working band ever! They play the Borderline in London, this Friday, March 8th. It was great to catch up with Sean and get a quick glimpse into the lives of the band on the road.

Thanks also to Jawdropper Management who gave me two sets of tickets to give away for the Borderline show. Congratulations to the our winners Danhi Harvey and Ciaran Cahill, who messaged The London Ear on Facebook and Twitter.

You can get tickets to the gig for the gig at the Borderline via ticketweb.co.uk

You can keep up to date with The Eskies on their website, Facebook and Twitter.

The London Ear // Show 235 – March 2 2019 Playlist

1. Chat with Future West
2. Future West: Dark Day Dawn
3. Chat with Future West (Part 2)
4. Future West: Human
5. Peco: Monster
6. Chat with Sean from The Eskies
7. The Eskies: I’m Not Sorry
8. Chat with Sean from The Eskies (Part 2)
9. The Eskies: Fever

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