Eary Hands grew up in an isolated farm and spent most of his time tuning the radio to distant stations. It was always challenging to hear anything above the static so he took to writing his own songs.
After moving to the city Eary Hands sought out like minded individuals which resulted in the Rawotts, a punk band best described as raw and engaging. Despite being kicked off stage at a high school dance a small but enthusiastic fan base was formed. A video of the Rawotts at their height playing a garage event can be found on www.earyhands.com.
The Rawotts dis-banded in something less than an acrimonious split and re-formed as the Bun Requirement. Pretty much the same ideals and music, just a bit more sophisticated(The Velvet Underground was a big influence). The Bun Requirement performed for a while and then petered out as the members went their separate ways, met girls, got paying jobs etc.
In the intervening years Eary Hands continued writing and his first album (Chairs Can Kill You) was released in 2013 with a second album (Oranges) being released in 2014.