The Egg

The Egg are twin dance technicians from Bristol and London, UK. They play live rocktronic, funk and house inspired big textural dance music, using electronic and live instruments with video triggers, samples, and live and vocodered vocals.

The Egg became known internationally following their worldwide hit with the massive Tocadisco electro-house remix of 'Walking Away', and the David Guetta bootleg that followed - “Love Don’t Let Me Go”. (no.3 in the UK charts, no.1 in Spain for 6 weeks), and the biggest selling dance record in the world.

The David Guetta remix was licensed in a major sync deal with French automotive giant Citroën Cars in a lucrative international sync deal, and went on to propel the song to the top of charts in multiple countries around the world. 

In addition to this success, the band have also had music featured in the multi million unit selling Gran Turismo Playstation game series, as well as being featured in numerous film and tv spots, such as BBC Match of The Day, and Nil by Mouth (Directed by Luc Besson and starring Gary Oldman). 

The Egg also co-wrote and performed on Pete Doherty and The Wolfman's hit single 'For Lovers', performing the song for an audience of millions on BBC's famous Top of the Pops show. 

The band are well known on the UK festival circuit and the club scene, with albums ‘Albumen’ and ‘Travelator’ released on Warners, and following that: ‘Forwards’.

They have played throughout Europe, Australia and Brazil, Costa Rica, Panama, India, and the USA jam scene, playing alongside USA jam bands such as Lotus, Disco Biscuits, Camp Bisco, and many others.

The Egg recently completed a tour of the USA, including a headline slot on the main stage at 2018's world renowned Joshua Tree Music Festival, California.