"Laura, Gel and Lisa could be the Ramones' long lost daughters," writes British rock mag Kerrang about Albuquerque, New Mexico's punk darlings The Eyeliners, "singing love songs that sound like they belong at a drive-in movie but are delivered at a pace more suited to [English auto racetrack] Silerstone."
isters Laura, Lisa and Gel know what it means to rock. Their unpretentious sound, beaming with sincerity, is a pure punk rock that echoes such influences as The Ramones, Stiff Little Fingers and Operation Ivy. Their sound is not the only strength, as their shows are full of energy and fun, making a fan out of anyone with the opportunity to see them live.
The Eyeliners began with cover songs and transitioned into writing their own material. Their early shows around Albuquerque were met with great response, moving them quickly onto the punk scene.
Building a strong fan base through substantial time on the road, they ave toured with such bands as Alkaline Trio, No Use For A Name and The Donnas. They have also arned highly sought after slots on such prestigious tours as The Plea for Peace Tour and ave been main stage regulars at Warped Tour.
he band has had a line of distinguished drummers join them for live show, including Hunter from AFI and Branden Steineckert of The Used. Thommy Price who has played with Patty Smith, Billy Idol, and currently Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, sat in with The Eyeliners on some dates and is featured on "No Apologies."
Their undeniable sex appeal matched with their melodic, high energy pure punk sound is the perfect blend of old school punk with just a little bit of pop. From their first release Confidential, a declarative raw punk album, The Eyeliners ave grown through their catalogue and reached tha definitive moment in musical maturity where he songwriting and sound will blow you away.