Post-punk three-piece Eula shaped while going to music college in Fresh Haven, Connecticut. Centered around the demonstration recordings and fiery tone of voice of guitarist Alyse Lamb, the group proceeded to go in a noisy, angular, indie rock and roll path when she asked bassist Jeff Maleri and drummer Nathan Rose in to the collapse. They began playing art areas and house celebrations in 2007. Pursuing four even more demos and two EPs, Lamb and Rose relocated to Brooklyn, NY while Maleri continuing to telecommute from Connecticut to flesh out track suggestions. In 2011, Eula released their debut full-length, Maurice Narcisse, along with six video clips to market the album.