Over time, creativity blossoms. Encouraged by experience and doused in inspiration, art reaches its full potential much like a flower in bloom. Eat Your Heart Out aims for these same heights with their full-length debut, "Florescence," released under Fearless Records.

The quintet—comprised of Caitlin Henry (vocals), Andrew Anderson (guitar), Will Moore (guitar), Dom Cant (bass), and Jake Cronin (drums)—showcases personal and creative growth across eleven tracks that are artfully and articulately steeped in elements of grunge realism, emo intimacy, punk panache, and pop ambition.

The Essence of "Florescence"
“It ties back into the process of flowering,” says Caitlin. "Over the last year, I’ve learned how to open up, express my emotions, and feel more as a person rather than pushing all of that away. For the first time, I feel like I had something I wanted to say. It was important and personal to get all of those thoughts and experiences out there. I’m finally talking about the feelings I have and my experiences becoming an adult woman. It's a glimpse into my journal from the last year."

A Whirlwind Year
The past year has been a whirlwind for the band. Acclaimed by outlets ranging from Alternative Press to Rock Sound, the group's energy has reverberated throughout the international scene. In between tours with bands like Real Friends and Hands Like Houses, they released the fan-favorite EP "Mind Games" in 2017. As their music gained traction, amassing over 1 million total Spotify streams, the band regularly averaged over 100K monthly listeners and appeared on popular playlists such as "Pop Punk’s Not Dead" and "Rock Out."

The Making of "Florescence"
In late 2018, the band rented an Airbnb in Los Angeles to record "Florescence." Rejoined by "Mind Games" producer Zach Tuch (and a makeshift Christmas tree), the album marked a series of firsts. For the first time, Caitlin took the lead on the lyrics and penned all of them in the studio. “The songs feel really fresh and relevant, because I was writing about things I was experiencing,” she adds.

They also welcomed Patrick Miranda of Movements as a co-writer and vocal producer, expanding upon their initial chemistry. Caitlin states that his presence "brought a lot of confidence."

Standout Tracks
The first single, "Carousel," was introduced with a hypnotically hummable hook and has already racked up over 100K Spotify streams in under a month. Meanwhile, the follow-up, "Spinning," jumps from airy, clean verses into a chantable chorus. On the other end, "Closer to the Sun" is an empowering female-positive track.

“I had a vision of a flower trying to reach above the rest of the flowers to get closer to the sun,” explains Caitlin. "It’s something I wanted to address."

The Impact
"In the end, Eat Your Heart Out blossoms like never before on 'Florescence'," Caitlin concludes. "I'd just like for listeners to connect to this at the end of the day. If it reminds you you’re not alone, or it makes you want to dance, that’s all I hope for."