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Eels’ Mark ‘E’ Everett speaks out after open-heart surgery: “I’m a lucky guy. I’m so glad I got to say hi again”

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Eels frontman Mark ‘E’ Everett has revealed that he recently had open-heart surgery and said he’s a “lucky guy” as a result of it.Taking to X/Twitter, he posted a picture of himself after heart surgery along with the caption: “Hi again.

I can explain here”. He then shared a link to the band’s website, which contains a lengthy post from the frontman.He begins it by reflecting on the last year and how the difficulties of touring affected him after the pandemic.Everett wrote: “After being cooped up in lockdown all those years and cancelling tours, we finally went out and played shows for the first time in nearly four years last spring and I almost lost my mind during the early part of it.”Hi again.

I can explain here: https://t.co/3CysOgeZEO#hiagain #eelstime #etime #estillhastime #eelstheband pic.twitter.com/2e8Hsb6R0y— EELS (@THE_EELS) May 9, 2024“It was such a mind-fucking culture shock after being so isolated and in a completely different world all that time.

But eventually I pulled it together and I think we ended up doing some of the best shows we’ve ever done. It was so great to see… people,” he added.He then went on to detail how he went into hospital following the tour and how the death of his father, who died of a heart attack when Everett was just 19 as detailed in his 2007 autobiography Things The Grandchildren Should Know, helped him to monitor his own health.Everett also lost his sister, who died by suicide in 1996, and his mother two years later to lung cancer.

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