Eats Everything aka Daniel Pearce has just completed his home counties tour, visiting towns and villages all over the south west region.
Pearce was born and raised in the west and although now an international DJ, he rarely gets to head home to the green and pleasant lands that he loves so much. Spending more time in exotic locations like Ibiza and California, his schedule rarely allows him the chance to perform to the people who remember him playing their local town hall at the age of 18.
The highlight of the tour was when Eats played in his hometown, Wotton Under Edge, a small town in Gloucestershire. He entertained in the small town hall that he and his mates hired back in 1997. The tour also saw him visit Barnstaple, a small town in Devon, Bath, Bournemouth, Bristol, Cardiff, Plymouth, Southampton and Swansea.
His show at The Regent Restaurant and Coffee Lounge in Weston-super- Mare was covered by Somerset Live, taking time out from local stories such as ‘Radstock scrapyard up in flames’ and ‘Aldi confirms opening of new store’.
Prior to the tour, Pearce said: He said: "In November I'm doing a tour of the West and Wales and I want you guys to add two dates to the tour! Whether it be your village, valley, local nightclub, pub, town hall or barn. Excited to go back to where it all began".
Off jet setting once again, Eats Everything will be performing at Annie Mac’s Lost and Found festival in Malta, alongside Jackmaster, Skream and Seth Troxler, under the alias J.E.S.U.S.