EWAH & The Vision of Paradise are based in Hobart Tasmania. One reviewer pitched their sound as “epic post-punk with a scope as wide as the Australian skyline.”
The band’s debut release, Everything Fades to Blue captured attention nationally overseas, including Jarvis Cocker’s Sunday Service on BBC Radio 6 (UK), Henry Rollins on KCRW radio (USA) and back in Australia, was album of the week Edge Radio (Hobart) and Top Ten Albums of the Week PBS (Melbourne). Single Walk the Night picked up regular play on Double J.
In April 2017, Everything Fades to Blue made The Guardian’s top ten listing of Australia’s best underground releases and was longlisted for the Australian Music Prize (The AMP) 2017. EWAH describes the album as a eulogy to victims of violent crime against women.
EWAH & The Vision of Paradise have played festivals including Mona Foma, Party in the Paddock, A Festival Called Panama, Dark Mofo, BIGSOUND and Junction Arts Festival.
They’ve been nominated twice for National Live Music Awards for Best Live Act Tasmania and EWAH was also nominated for Best Live Voice Tasmania. The won Best Live Act in 2017.
In March 2019 they released stand-alone single Cannibals, a song about consumerism which hit #5 in the Amrap metro charts and high rotation on community radio stations like 2SER.
Album two deals with a planet in crisis and is due in mid-2020.