Hear My Eyes are excited to announce
their second residency show at
Howler as part of a Winter Shorts residency

Hear My Eyes is getting into the laid back winter vibes by presenting a series of chilled out short film and live music events. Each night will include two or more acts on the bill that will each perform an original score to a short film and then also play a full set of their music.

Come warm yourself by the audiovisual delights and enjoy the relaxed atmosphere with cheap $10 entry, more room to groove and a casual vibe made for you to enjoy food and drinks. Speaking of food, Howler have come to the table with a crazy good burger and beer special serving up $19 Burgers with a $5 Beer for just $12! So rug up and get on down.


Live Music: 'Emma Russack' and 'Exotic Snake (Errol Green)'
Short Films: 'Migration' and 'Yùl and the Snake'
Venue: Howler, Brunswick
Date: 8:00pm, Wednesday the 6th of July, 2016

Winter Shorts Residency - Part 2 will feature two solo acts - 'Emma Russack' and 'Exotic Snake (Errol Green)', paired with two visually captivating short films.

Emma Russack

Melbourne singer-songwriter Emma Russack will be performing for Hear My Eyes off the back of her recently released new studio album 'In a New State' which is garnering airplay from BBC Radio in the UK and praise from critics such as Uncut, Rolling Stone, Q Magazine, Vice and Mojo - just to name a few. 'In a New State' follows on from Emma's two previous album releases - 'You Changed Me' (2014) and 'Sounds Of Our City' (2012). 

Emma will be reinterpreting the short film 'Migration'. A combination of celluloid images and digital animation, the film explores the migratory pattern of a herd of wild creatures.

Listen to Emma Russack's 'In A New State'


Migration trailer:

Exotic snake

A solo project by Errol Green, Exotic Snake delivers luscious beats and dance floor inspiring rhythms reminiscent of early Caribou records. Errol is also the frontman of the addictive, yet elusive Melbourne band 'Yolke', who create synth based sparkle funk and o-so ripe party jams. Yolke are easily one of the best kept secrets of the Melbourne music scene.

Exotic Snake will be reinterpreting the short film 'Yùl and the Snake'. The film tells the story of Yùl, a 13 year old boy who goes with his big brother Dino to conclude a deal with Mike, a thug escorted by his aggressive pet mastiff. When things go wrong, a mysterious snake appears.

Listen to Exotic snake on Bandcamp

Yùl and the Snake trailer: