Hello and welcome to the online home of Andrew Eaton-Lewis, a songwriter now living on the Isle of Lewis.
I’ve been releasing music since 2002, as Seafieldroad and as a member of the band Swimmer One. I now make music under my own name, beginning with a collection of songs called After All Of The Days We Will Disappear, which was my first album, my fourth album, my sixth album, or my 45th album, depending on how you look at it.
For the past couple of years I’ve also been writing a diary called All Of The Days, using each of the songs I’ve released as a jumping off point to talk about other things, from Brian Wilson and Michael Jackson to political protest, national identity, Britpop and racism, Scottish independence, portrayals of death in children’s films, and gangster movies.
These projects were going to be my farewell to songwriting but then I ruined that by recording a new EP.
You can listen to my back catalogue here. Some of the songs are free to download.
If you’d like to watch some music videos go here.
(Thanks to Alex Hewitt for the portraits, taken way back in 2012 for the release of the first Seafieldroad album, and to Laura Cameron-Lewis for the header photo, taken near our home in Uig.)