"Despite being relatively young, there’s a maturity to him as a writer and a musician that would suggest a lifetime of experience to anyone none the wiser."” - MAGGIE MCLEAN


Austin Eatman


Hailing from the port city of Saint John, NB, Canada, Austin Eatman brings a distinct East Coast Alt-Folk style and melodic sound to his eclectic performances.
In 2017, he recorded a song for every day in January, culminating in his YouTube series (Song a Day Sessions).
Dedicating his life to this musical endeavour, he joined with Mike Belyea to form "The Sound Investments", a folk duo who still play regularly.
Later he formed a full band "The Austin Eatman Band", releasing their debut EP "Broken Radio" in early 2020.
Unable to tour the EP, Austin kept busy, collaborating with local electronic artist and producer "FWLR", releasing songs "Lo-fi Beats To Realize You're An A**hole To" (With FWLR, and Colin Ferris of "Sheik") as well as "Lads Me Boys" under the name Brethren of The Coast (with FWLR and Jamie Comeau)
He has gained notoriety performing at Paddlefest in St. Andrew's, Follyfest in Gagetown and in 2022, opening up for Whitehorse at the 506 Container Village.
Currently he focuses on recording a new full-length album set to release sometime this year with his band, and playing as often as he can.

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