A BITTERSWEET RELEASE FROM EVA HAZE

The second album by Eva Haze, recorded 25 years ago, was finally released Friday (11/10), days after the death of the band’s singer-guitarist-songwriter, Eve Hars. Hars died of cancer on 11/2.

The band broke up after completing the album, Under the Tin Sky, which has finally seen the light of day via East Iris Records/Virgin.

Universal Music Group EVP Will Tanous produced the set for his indie label DText and avidly supported Eva Haze in the late 1990s, making them one of the first independent bands to be featured on HBO’s live music series Reverb, which Tanous produced. HBO commissioned the band to compose the show’s theme song and licensed several tracks from their debut album, State of Freak, for additional theme music for the show.

“Though we made the album what feels like a lifetime ago and on a shoestring budget, remarkably the music still holds up and, in many ways, seems more relevant than ever,” Tanous writes in an email.

All proceeds from the album go to Hars’ family and band members.

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