Ebb - Death & The Maiden (Debut EP)

Release Date: August 1st 2019


[Ebb] blend together a multitude of styles for an intoxicating effect.
-PROG Magazine (Issue 102)
[Ebb] gave me goosebumps, and I can tell you as a hardened, possibly even jaded live music listener it takes something very special to elicit that reaction from me.
-Mark Hoaksey (Editor) Powerplay Magazine
(Issue 223)
'...[a] fresh and modern approach to a progressive form of music that should be applauded...'
-Fabrications HQ
‘Death And The Maiden’ packs more wonder into six tracks than
a lot of bands do in an entire career..'.
-Down The Front Media
'Death & The Maiden' is centred around  the theme of divulging through an array of  diverse emotions, and these are brought to life  through mesmerising, poignant lyrics, which in turn are transmitted via a threefold of vivid and often heated  vocal performances.'
-Small Music Scene
'Not for the faint hearted' - Planet Rock Magazine

Press Photos

Photos By: Kersten Gruenling



Nikki Francis (Keys/Synths), Finn McGregor (Bass), Anna Fraser (Drums), Kitty Biscuits (Backing Vocals & Poetry Reading), Suna Dasi (Backing Vocals), Erin Bennett (Guitars, Lead Vocals).


EBB are a 6-piece, genre-defying group of musicians who live within a pagan art collective. Coming from very different social and political backgrounds, they play an eclectic blend of music styles, resulting in prog-rock.

The band released their debut EP 'Death & The Maiden' via online streaming services in August 2019 and on CD in December 2019. The CD release includes a 40-page booklet which, as well as featuring many behind the scenes photos, describes the concept story behind the EP.

Having been described by Prog Magazine as having 'an intoxicating effect', Ebb will be touring the UK throughout 2020. Tour dates can be found at www.ebbband.com.


'Confess' Official Video

'Dark Lady' Official Video

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'Suffering' Live

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'Illusions' Official Video

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19 March - The Hive (Edinburgh, UK)
4 April - Prog in the Park 2.0 (Dunfermline, UK)
26 April - O'Riley's (Hull, UK)
16 May - Southside Fringe (at the Icebox) (Glasgow, UK)
17 May - Whistlebinkies (Edinburgh, UK)
22 May - The Cellar (Aberdeen, UK)
24 May - Lechlade Festival (Lechlade, UK)
26-28 June - Wildfire Festival (Wanlockhead, Scotland) *Exact performance date TBA*
10 July - Percy's  (Whitchurch, UK)
25 July - Doonhame Festival (Dumfries, UK)
7 August - Hug & Pint (Glasgow, UK)
14 October - Kidderminster Town Hall (FUSION 2020) (Kidderminster, UK)
*3 more festivals that have confirmed but asked us not to publicize*
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